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Gubernatorial Shift: New Economic Development PoliciesNew governors of eight states reveal their ideas for strengthening their states’ economies and growing their business bases.
Regional Report: A Slow, But Steady Pace of Economic Growth for the New England StatesAlthough growth had been lagging in the New England States, they’re now catching up to the rest of the nation in terms of economic recovery.
The Mountain in Your Location Decision: Discovering the Impact of Work-Life Balance Options on the WorkforceChoosing a location where your employees can have a healthy work-life balance can lower employee turnover and also increase their productivity.
New Hampshire Basic Business TaxesBusiness profits tax, Sales and use taxes, Income tax, Capital Gains Tax, Property tax, Property tax exemptions, Communication service tax, Insurance tax
New Hampshire Direct Financial IncentivesNew Hampshire'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.
Market Report: Food Processing Companies Grow at a Steady PaceWhile some processors are closing plants to eliminate redundancies, others are expanding to be in closer proximity to customers.
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.
A Community Helps Aerospace Firm Satisfy Its Work Force NeedsThe local community and the academic institutions in Rochester, New Hampshire, worked together to establish a unique facility to meet the training needs of an expanding aerospace composites firm.
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.
How Corporate Taxes Impact the Business Climate“Taxes are a fact of life,” the Tax Foundation states in a new background paper, but “not all tax systems are created equal.” With that in mind, the organization sets out every year to rank U.S. states in its “State Business Climate Tax Index.”
Rural Jobs Challenge Awards Encourage Innovative PartnershipsThe grants, which were awarded in August, are part of a national competition aimed at encouraging job creation and economic growth in rural communities across the country.
Germany-Based MilliporeSigma Opens Industrial Water Treatment Facility in Jaffrey, New Hampshire