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No, you can't - the business is dissolved and your incurring personal liability running the business as usual.
Yes, you can reinstate the corporation once the sales taxes become current.
However, continuing to operate the business under the pretense of the corporation places you at personal risk if anything were to go wrong.
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Ok, I just to clear things up, even though my business is not currently a corporation, am I still legally able to stay in business until the corporaration is reinstated?
No, your personally liable for the operations of the business. In fact, your being fraudulent if you do. The business is dissolved. Until your business is reinstated - you shouldn't be operating under the false pretenses of the corporate business form.