By Alex Goumakos * No matter what your interests, you will find something in Florida to enjoy. Whether you like mouse ears and theme parks, the warm, sunny beaches or the exotic wildlife, Florida attractions are hard to beat. With an increasingly friendly business environment, Florida is also a great place to do business!
Small businesses are the innovators of the world and that innovation has no boundaries. Although the boring corporate retreat may not be high on the list of humanitatian concerns, it’s important to executives all over the world and that can mean profits and a lot of them. Putting for profits may have solved one of those problems.
Businesses often simplify accounting by presenting only a statement of revenue and expenses—the income statement. However, corporations should maintain complete financial records that include more than just revenue and expenses.
All business types, from sole proprietorships to corporations, will face increased paperwork in 2012 due to new healthcare legislation, but Greg Jones writes in the Washington Post that a little extra record keeping could improve finances for many small businesses.
Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart, has announced that it is testing a new online small business lending program to help spur business formation and growth.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s office recently helped dozens of business incorporations file their annual reports by setting up a mobile office in the North Central region of the state.
The Florida Division of Corporations no longer has authority to waive the $400 late fee for annual reports filed after May 1st.
With the recession leaving many of the nation’s more seasoned workers unemployed, it seems many older Americans opted to create a corporation instead of take entry level positions elsewhere.