Wyoming Again the Best for Business, Tax-Wise
A just-released study by The Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C. has again ranked Wyoming FIRST in “tax-friendliness” to business. The tax index used in the analysis takes into account 118 variables in five major areas of taxation: business taxes, individual income taxes, sales taxes, unemployment insurance taxes, and property taxes.
The top five “friendliest” states (in order) are: Wyoming, South Dakota, Nevada, Alaska, and Florida. New Jersey is in last place.
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