Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Is Your City Business Tax Friendly

Big four accounting firm KPMG recently conducted a study that names the U.S. cities (and territories) that have the most favorable tax structures for businesses and the results are interesting. The results were broken down between large cities (populations over 2 million) mid-sized cities (population between 2 million and 500,000) and small cities (populations between 100,000 and 500,000). Did your city make the list? Here are the top three from each category:

Large Cities
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Baltimore , Maryland
Atlanta, Georgia (good Job Atlanta)

Mid-Size Cities
Omaha, Nebraska
Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina
Little Rock, Arkansas

Small Cities
Saginaw, Michigan
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

One thing for sure is that if your city is not on the list, there quite possibly is a city in close proximity of you.

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