The good news is: You are not alone. By the end of 2020, the U.S. would process a record 4.4 million new business applications to be quickly followed by a record 5.4 million new business applications in 2021. And through it all, Florida remained at the forefront. Between January 2021 and 2022, the Sunshine State accounted for 683,680 of all new business applications filed nationwide, soundly beating its nearest competitors.
Your guide covering the documents and registrations required by the Florida Division of Corporations.
- ‘Paradise lost’: Florida rescue crews, aid groups rush to jump-start recovery from Hurricane Ian
State and federal first responders including local government and nonprofit groups rushed to Florida’s Gulf Coast on Thursday to help with the recovery of a region that one city official said had been reduced by Hurricane Ian to “Paradise Lost.”
Business Beat - Week of September 30th
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- Florida jobless claims dip
Initial unemployment claims in Florida dipped last week, according to a report released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Florida’s minimum wage workers get a raise this week. Here’s how much
Florida’s minimum wage will increase to $11 an hour on Friday, the second boost in a series of annual raises that will eventually bring it to $15 an hour.
- World Central Kitchen starts delivering meals to communities impacted by Hurricane Ian
The organization, spearheaded by celebrated chef José Andres, has become one of the world’s most recognized first-response efforts, delivering hot meals to the frontlines in response to humanitarian, climate or community crisis situations.