The Tax Foundation’s great research shows businesses the best places in the country for setting up shop. A state with a failing grade should be a warning to local politicians that they’re doing something wrong when it comes to stimulating the job creators and entrepreneurs.
First take a look at The Tax Foundation’s 2015 State Business Tax Climate map. Is your state failing or succeeding in creating a welcoming climate for business?
Now spend some time leafing through The Tax Foundation’s Location Matters report. You’ll see differences in the treatment of new and mature businesses, R&D focused enterprises, retail shops and more. No one state has it all, so if you’re planning to start a new business, or relocate an existing company, take note. Don’t make a decision without doing your research. Read Location matters today.
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