Businesses that have closed, even temporarily, won’t be seen as closed in the eyes of the state. They are considered active until they file for a dissolution.
Working from home is not easy, especially if you're new to the game. Learn how to get yourself in the "work zone" and stay productive throughout your day. Read more
With the social distancing and remain-in-place orders around the country, many companies have shifted to having part or all of their staff work remotely. Read more
Are you reopening your retail store after COVID-19 closures? Use this checklist to reopen your store while keeping yourself, employees and shoppers safe. Read more
Are you reopening your restaurant after COVID-19 closures? Use this checklist to reopen your restaurant while keeping yourself, employees and diners safe. Read more
Opportunities are still out there for those who know how to identify new markets, adjust methods to connect with customers and minimize unnecessary investments. Read more
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided a variety of financial assistance to businesses, including for health expenses.
With COVID 19 creating roadblocks for your business, you don’t have time to waste on online marketing tasks that aren’t going to get your business where you want it to go. Read more
During times like this pandemic, adequate cash reserves can help your business proactively take advantage of new possibilities.