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Work: Best Locations
(December 16, 2008)
Check out the best places to start your business or work next year.
See the Top 100 Places to start a business and work, tax-free states, towns on the rise, and new technology hubs.
Fourtune Small Business scoured the country for towns that combine a great business environment with alluring leisure offerings. They looked at economic conditions such as local tax rates alongside natural beauty - and easy access to museums, hungry gamefish, and more.
100 Best Places to Live and Launch 2008
2. Georgetown, TX
3. Buford, GA
4. Marina del Rey, CA
5. Bethesda, MD
6. Portland, OR
7. Denver, CO
8. Charlotte, NC
9. Fort Worth, TX
10. Franklin, MA
Starting a company in one of these business-friendly locations can save a proprietor big bucks: These seven states all have no individual income tax, and some have no corporate income tax.
Back from the Dead
The decline of major industries such as steel and tobacco threatened to turn these towns into economic wastelands. Instead, local officials have reinvented their cities as meccas for biotech, software development, and telecoms.
Top Tech Launching Pads
A look at 6 rising technology hubs across the country, from the Pacific Northwest to southern Virginia - and even the Rust Belt.
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