February 27, 2017

June 27, 2012

America’s Best Places to Start a Company

This is a handy little interactive map over at Forbes that summarizes the business climate, state by state.

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And in California, the grandees in Sacramento say folks aren’t taxed or regulated nearly enough yet.  Leave it to the port side to take a place about as close to Heaven on Earth and turn it into Hell.

[1] Posted by Jeffersonian on 6-27-2012 at 09:45 AM · [top]

I’m glad I live in ‘fly-over’ country…South Dakota has no data available according to Forbes.  OK, I’m not too fond of a bunch of city folk moving in anyway.

[2] Posted by Fr. Chip, SF on 6-27-2012 at 12:28 PM · [top]

Chip - exactly. 

Those flying over can just keep flying over.  I always say that the winters help keep the “riff raff” out….

[3] Posted by midwestnorwegian on 6-27-2012 at 06:20 PM · [top]

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