Check all the boxes when moving your business.
Businesses move for a variety of reasons. Some because they’ve outgrown their current location. Others decide to downsize — maybe because some of their employees are working from home. Some companies move their headquarters to a different state with a tax advantage that can facilitate operating more profitably.
But whether a business moves its principal office across the street or across the country, business relocation is a major undertaking. In addition to the logistics of relocating, there are operational challenges to consider. How will you keep the workflow moving while everyone is trying to get settled in the new space?
The physical office move is one thing, but have you considered all the compliance tasks you’ll need to complete to successfully relocate your principal office to a new location? Don’t let those tasks fall by the wayside or it can mean serious consequences for your business.