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.
- Florida ‘Freedom Week' brings sales-tax savings on tickets, outdoor gear
Wrapped around the Fourth of July for the second consecutive year, a sales-tax “holiday” dubbed “Freedom Week” will provide tax breaks on a wide range of recreational activities and outdoor gear.
- Miami Loop? City studying Elon Musk type ideas for underground tunnel system
Miami is exploring the idea of building a network of compact underground tunnels where electric vehicles — perhaps one day without drivers — would move commuters around the county’s urban core.
- onePulse Foundation hires Deborah Bowie, a veteran executive familiar with tragedy
Orlando’s onePulse Foundation, which aims to build a memorial and museum honoring victims of the 2016 mass shooting at a gay nightclub, announced Tuesday it has hired a new executive director.
- JaxPort, not JEA, will pay to raise power lines over the St. Johns River
The Jacksonville Port Authority agreed to pay what could be $54.4 million for JEA to raise six high-voltage transmission lines over the St. Johns River to give additional clearance to large ships coming into the Blount Island Marine Terminal.
- Disney opts out of SunRail-Brightline expansion, but project moving ahead
Walt Disney World said it was stepping back from a previous agreement toward establishing a Brightline station at its Disney Springs commercial district because redrawn plans for the rail corridor reroute would not cross into Disney property as originally proposed.