Today’s Solutions: January 30, 2023

In these difficult times, more and more tough decisions have to be made by companies and businesses, including closing for business and laying off workers. But in Arkansas, the property owner of several restaurants is making life a little easier.

In an effort to help restaurant owners and their employees, the Young Investment Company is urging owners to pay their employees and take care of their families—instead of paying rent. More people staying home means less money in the restaurants’ pockets and that of their employees. But by redirecting rent towards employees in need, Young Investment Company is showing us how we can all get through this together.

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