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Maine Basic Business TaxesCorporate income tax, Sales and use taxes, Property tax, Railroad tax, Telecommunications property tax, Tax Credits, Exemptions, Reimbursements, Business Equipment Tax Reimbursement Program, Jobs and investment tax credit, Business inventory, Goods in transit, Research and development, Pollution-control equipment, Industrial machinery and equipment, Industrial fuels and raw materials, Mining property, Seed capital tax credit, Dependent health benefits credit, Employer-provided long-term care benefits credit, Employer-assisted daycare credit, High technology investment tax credit
Maine Direct Financial IncentivesMaine's economic development, finance and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment.
Regional Report: New England Joining the Economic-Recovery BandwagonAs a prime recipient of venture-capital investment, the New England region is continuing to attract entrepreneurs and grow jobs.
Regional Report: Slow But Steady Economic Growth in New England StatesJobs are coming back slowly in New England, with aerospace/defense, bioscience, and fulfillment centers taking the lead.
Regional Report: Incentives Attracting Firms to the New England StatesSome new and creative incentive programs are being provided in the Mid-Atlantic States to help drive the region’s high-tech and other industries.
Leading Locations for 2013: The New England MSAsThe number-one Leading Location in the New England region is Framingham, Massachusetts, which has been recognized for its high quality of life and high-tech work force. Three other Massachusetts MSAs also place on the top-10 list for the region — Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, Barnstable Town, and Peabody.
Regional Review: New England States Target Industry NichesNew England’s industry strengths are derived from professional business services, software and high-tech advanced manufacturing, product and component parts, and suppliers to the auto, computer, and aerospace and defense industry.
Is Healthcare Part of the Facility Location Decision?Skyrocketing Costs and shifting legislation have pushed an area’s healthcare affordability and quality into the mix of primary site selection considerations.
Regional Review: New England States Are Well Positioned for Economic GrowthNew England touts a long history of tradition, independence, strong character, and academics. The slow but evident economic recovery of the New England States reflects the persistent determination of its citizens and their resilience in the face of adversity.
The Leading Mid-Atlantic and New England Metros for Economic and Workforce GrowthArea Development ranks the Top MSAs in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states for economic and workforce growth based on the overall results from our Leading Locations for 2012 study.
Maine Basic Business Taxes 2012Maine's economic development, finance, and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment. Specific programs include a corporate income tax, sales and use tax, and a railroad tax.
Maine Direct Financial Incentives 2012Maine's economic development, finance, and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment. Specific programs include industrial development bonds, the Maine Apprenticeship Program, and loan guarantees.
Regional Report: New England's Strong Educational Infrastructure Fosters GrowthA link that unites the New England States is a highly educated work force. The region is known for its extensive base of universities and colleges that has spawned a world-class research and development community.
Maine Direct Financial Incentives 2011Maine's economic development, finance, and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment. Specific programs include industrial development bonds, the Maine Apprenticeship Program, and loan guarantees.
Manufacturers Less Optimistic About Overall Economy; Express Confidence in Their Own Revenue Growth