Buy A Business In South Florida
Russell Cohen has guided & sold 100's of businesses during 2 major economic downturns - 9/11 and the Great Recession.Now more than ever it's vital to hire an experienced business broker that has survived the toughest economic times!Straight, honest business brokering at the highest level!
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Russell was the TOP DEAL MAKER ( # of Sold Businesses) for the State of Florida in 2019, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006, 2005. He is the TOP DEAL MAKER in South Florida( # of Sold Businesses) in 2018,2017, 2014,2011,2008. In 2019, 2018,2016 & 2013 Russell was in the Top 5 for Sales Volume for the State of Florida. Since 2000 no other agent in the state of Florida has sold more businesses than Russell Cohen. Who else would you trust to sell your business?
So, whether you are looking to buy an additional business, sell your existing business or merge with an existing business, Russell can assist you in all facets of the transaction with experience, dedication and integrity.
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The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) issues retail food permits to food establishments selling directly to customers. These food establishments may include supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, coffee shops, bakeries, retail meat markets, retail seafood markets, juice and smoothie bars, ice/water vending machines, food salvage stores, businesses selling prepackaged foods (including hemp extract intended for human consumption, which includes CBD or other cannabinoids), and FDACS-regulated mobile food units selling only prepackaged foods or non-potentially hazardous food items.
Once the application and required documentation have been received, a field inspector will make contact within three to five business days to schedule an onsite inspection within two weeks. View our Food Establishment Inspection Expectations [ 135 kB ] document to know what to expect during your inspection.
Regulations vary among counties and municipalities, and requirements from both may or may not apply to your business. Before making financial commitments, such as signing a lease or construction contracts or purchasing an existing business, contact the business license, zoning and building authorities in your area to find out their requirements.
Our office provides help with SBA services including funding programs, counseling, federal contracting certifications, and disaster recovery. We can also connect you to our partner organizations, lenders, and other community groups that help small businesses succeed.
South Florida Business Journal is a division of The Business Journals. The Business Journals provides exclusive, in-depth coverage of local, regional and national business news. They reach a total business audience of over 10 million people via 46 markets, 64 publications and 700+ annual industry leading events.
Once you have all these steps in place, either for a DBA/Fictitious name or if you want in incorporate as an LLC or a corporation then you are ready to begin your business and are legal in the state of Florida.
Our mission is to educate and inspire leaders to have a positive, consequential impact, by fostering an entrepreneurial mindset in teaching business disciplines through highly engaged, experiential practices.
In order to do business with the Florida Department of Corrections (or any state agency in Florida), a vendor must first register in the state's e-procurement systems. Please be aware that for each purchase, vendors are required to pay the state a transaction fee, unless exempt as indicated in Rule 60A-1.032, Florida Administrative Code. Vendors interested in bidding on formal solicitations, (greater than $35,000.00) will need to also register in the Vendor Bid System. The Vendor Bid System provides an option to receive email notifications for new solicitations for which the vendor is registered.
Simply complete a quick form to get started with a quote for your small business. A UnitedHealthcare representative will get in touch and work with you to help find group health insurance options that best fit your business.
To get more details on health insurance options for your small business, click on your state below. In markets where the Small Business Store is available,1 you will be directed there. In markets where the Small Business Store is not available, you can request a quote from UnitedHealthcare.
There's not just one way we work to help small businesses like yours. By offering benefits packages designed to improve employee experience and help employers manage cost, there's a number of products and solutions that may be right for your business.
Almost all Florida counties require businesses to obtain a business tax receipt before doing business in the county. This requirement applies to all businesses, including one-person, home-based operations. Many cities (such as Miami) require a business tax receipt in addition to the county license. In order to receive a business tax receipt you must check with the county tax collector to see if you need a license and then register your business with the Florida Department of Revenue.
Now you know some occupations in Florida require a special license to perform services. Based on the information above, you can determine whether your business will be subject to any of those requirements.
Most Florida counties require a local business tax receipt. Many Florida cities require a city-specific tax receipt on top of that. Whether your city or county requires these depends on their tax collection policies and your business location.
Like the state of Florida, the U.S. government does not require or issue a general, nationwide business operating license. Various government agencies regulate some industries, though. Keep reading for our detailed list of which industries require federal licenses or permits.
Florida business license fees vary by locality, as well as the nature and size of your business. They could range from as low as $25 to as high as a few hundred dollars. You have to renew the license and pay a fee every year.
Even a Business-of-One is likely required to get a business license in Florida. Some businesses need to get special licenses and permits from the state, but most just need a business tax receipt (i.e. general business license) from their local county and maybe their city.
Stephen has dedicated his career as an attorney and author to writing useful, authoritative and recognized guides on taxes and business law for small businesses, entrepreneurs, independent contractors, and freelancers. He is the author of over 20 books and hundreds of articles and has been quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, and many other publications. Among his books are Deduct It! Lower Your Small Business Taxes, Working with Independent Contractors, and Working for Yourself: Law and Taxes for Independent Contractors, Freelancers & Consultants.
Support Hurricane IanContact FEMA's Industry Liaison Program for information on doing business (contracting) with the agency. Explore FEMA careers and ways to help to see what opportunities are currently available.
Government contracting can be complex, especially for small businesses getting involved for the first time. Fortunately, there are offices ready to help you: the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs). There are PTAC counselors in over 300 locations who will work with you to understand the steps to getting a contract with the government.
Once you have an understanding of the process from the PTAC counselor, you must register to do business with the federal government through the System for Award Management (SAM). Registration is free.
You will need a Unique Entity ID (UEI) and your Tax Identification Number (request by visiting www.irs.gov) if your principal business is located in the United States or U.S. territories. The Unique Entity ID is a 12-character alphanumeric ID assigned to an entity by SAM.gov. Please note that this replaces the Dun and Bradstreet "DUNS" Number that was previously used for SAM.gov new registrations.
FEMA has resources to assist small businesses in their pursuit of federal procurements and continuous learning of small business programs to include policies and procedures that affect small business federal contracting.
Debris removal is often contracted locally after a disaster. If your company provides debris removal services, you can sign up with the Corps of Engineers Contractor Registry. You can also register your business information (including your capabilities and locations served). 041b061a72