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Tax Breaks for Louisiana

Tax Breaks for Louisiana

IncSmart Louisiana (Small Business and Startups) - Tax breaks for Louisiana.  As Louisiana lawmakers worry about the huge loss of tax revenue, they hare hoping the breaks to small business will spur more companies to stay open and hire.  With the new closures of business taking effect, this will help the ones struggling the most.  The more business that close, the more tax revenue disappears.  


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FEMA Approves Utah Disaster Relief

FEMA Approves Utah Disaster Relief

IncSmart Utah (Small Business and Startups) - FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, announced President Trump's approval of assistance from the March 5.7 magnitude Utah earthquake, which was centered near Magna Utah.  The weeks following the earthquake, the state endured hundreds of aftershocks.  The assistance provides for damages or losses suffered between March 18, and April 17, 2020.

Residents of Davis and Salt Lake Counties can now apply for federal disaster funding.  The FEMA funding includes grants and loans.  Residents and business owners can also apply for temporary housing and home repair.  Some grants and loans can be used for uninsured property loses.  Registere online with FEMA or call 800-621-3362.  
By IncSmart Staff Writer

Starting a Business in Utah

For 10 years, IncSmart.biz Business Services has helped companies and people from all over the world form Utah Corporations and Utah Limited Liability Companies. When you call, email, instant message or live chat with our office, expect personal attention. We are very excited about helping you form your new company. Each state is so different when it comes to filing documents, you will know right away you are in the right place.  

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Destruction of Minnesota

Destruction of Minnesota

IncSmart Minnesota (Small Business and Startups) - The destruction of Minnesota was caused by rioters that were given the green light by the mayor and the governor.  Hundreds of millions of dollars will be needed  just to reopen some of the areas that have been completely burned out.   This damage was caused after the protests for George Floyd.  The rioting and the looting was allowed to continue out of fear by top Minnesota political figures.  

Governor Tim Walz was asking for money from the Federal government to help rebuild the city of Minneapolis.  But the Federal Government has yet to send any relief money to the Twin Cities.  More than 1500 buildings were allowed to be torched and vandalized.  Walz was asking for more than $500 million dollars from FEMA. The Federal Aid has of course been denied, as Walz has considered any help from the Federal Government to be an occupying force.  
By Sandy Roberts

Starting a Business in Minnesota

For 10 years, IncSmart.biz Business Services has helped companies and people from all over the world form Minnesota Corporations and Minnesota Limited Liability Companies. When you call, email, instant message or live chat with our office, expect personal attention.  We are very excited about helping you form your new company.  Each state is so different when it comes to filing documents, you will know right away you are in the right place.

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North Carolina Approves of Tarriffs

North Carolina Approves of Tarriffs

North Carolina Approves of Tariffs

Wooden Cabinets and Vanities

IncSmart North Carolina (Small Business and Startups) - North Carolina approves of Trumps new tariffs on wooden cabinets and vanities.   The new Chinese tariffs will reach $4.4 billion dollars.  China is accused of dumping wooden  products such as cabinets and vanities on the American market at an unfair value for American cabinet makers.  Chinese furniture producers have become a market leader in RTA - Ready to Assemble - furniture. 
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Oregon Business Tax

Oregon Business Tax

Oregon Business Tax

Transaction Tax to start in January

IncSmart Oregon (Small Business and Startups) - The new Oregon Business Tax hike, called the Student Success Act, will go into effect January 2020.   A business that makes $750,000 in 2020 will be required to register for the new tax.  Companies that post $1 million dollars in transactions will have to pay $250 fee.  The new tax was passed along party lines with the Republicans voting against the increase.  The new tax followed angry debates in Salem.  
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Hawaii Enterprise Zones

Hawaii Enterprise Zones

Hawaii Enterprise Zones

Tax Incentives for Hawaii Business

IncSmart Hawaii (Small Business and Startups) - Hawaii enterprise zones can help lower the cost of doing business in Hawaii.  The Enterprise Zones Partnership Program is giving state and county benefits in an effort to stimulate business activity, job preservation and job creation in areas of the state where jobs are most needed. Contact the state to see if your company or your startup meets the requirements.  Each county also offers additional benefits on top of those from the state.  The state offers 100% tax exemption.  Licensed contractors are also exempt from the state taxes on work done in the zones.  
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Connecticut Estate Tax

Connecticut Estate Tax

Connecticut Estate Tax

Public Pension Liability is Growing

IncSmart Connecticut (Small Business and Startups) - Connecticut Estate Tax is under scrutiny.  There is a proposal to the General Assembly to end the Death Tax to it's citizens.  Legislatures are looking for ways to reduce spending in the mist of the Estate Tax proposal.  However higher taxes on sales and income are on the table as well as tuition increases at UConn.  Up to 4000 state employees could be facing layoffs, with pay raises and payments to hospitals are on hold.  
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California to Tax Data from Social Media

California to Tax Data from Social Media

California to Tax Data from Social Media

Governor Newsom Planning Another Tax

IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - California to tax data from Social Media internet companies.  They are exploring the financial value of data these internet companies collect on their customers.  Social Media is currently depending on the free trade of user data.  You give them information about you and they will let you use the service for free.  Silicon Valley is the home of data collection and information business.  
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Russian Company Invests in Kentucky

Russian Company Invests in Kentucky

Russian Company Invests in Kentucky

Appalachia Aluminum Mill

IncSmart Kentucky (Small Business and Startups) - Russian company invests in Kentucky.  The new mill is being built in the Appalachia area near Ashland on the tri state area of the Ohio River.   Construction will include hiring 1500 construction workers d.  After completion the firm will add an additional 650 full time employees.  The plants start date will be early 2021.  
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Nevada to Help Homeless Veterans

Nevada to Help Homeless Veterans

Nevada to Help Homeless Veterans

 Tiny Homes in Las Vegas

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Nevada to help homeless veterans with recycled metal shipping containers by turning them into tiny homes.  The tiny homes are only about 200 square feet, and they contain a kitchen, living area, bedroom and shower.   Monthly rent on the homes will run about $650 with HUD's Veterans affairs paying for most of the rent, the out of cost money for the resident can be as low as $200 a month.  
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California Passes Homeless Tax

California Passes Homeless Tax

California Passes Homeless Tax

San Francisco Homeless Tax Measure

IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - California Passes Homeless Tax. Approved ballot that would tax corporate business to fund services for the homeless.  This tax would double the funds that San Francisco currently has to battle the homeless problem in the city.  It will add 300 million dollars a year to fund housing and mental services.  This will be the largest tax in the cities history.  The tax rates are .175% to .69% on gross receipts.  Business with more than 1 billion in gross tax receipts will pay an additional 1.4% in payroll taxes.  
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Nevada Commerce Tax

Nevada Commerce Tax

Nevada Commerce Tax

Gross Revenue Must Exceed $4,000,000.00.

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Effective July 1, 2015, NRS 360C, enacted by the 78th Nevada Legislature, imposed an annual Commerce Tax for the privilege of engaging in business in Nevada.  The taxable year is July 1 - June 30 and the tax rate is based on the business category in which the business in primarily engaged.  Each business entity engaging in business in Nevada is required to file a commerce Tax Return Annually.  However, a business will only have a tax liability if its Nevada gross revenue in a fiscal year exceeds $4,000,000.00.
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Washington to Raise Taxes for Homeless

Washington to Raise Taxes for Homeless

Washington to Raise Taxes for Homeless

Seattle Slams Amazon

IncSmart Washington (Small Business and Startups) - Washington to raise taxes on business for the Homeless.  Seattle to pay millions of dollars to help city deal with homeless problems.  The largest job creators in the city will be hit the hardest. The money will be spent on homeless shelters and affordable apartments for the 4000 plus people living on the streets.  
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Utah Opportunity Zones

Utah Opportunity Zones

Utah Opportunity Zones

Investments for Low Income Neighborhoods

IncSmart Utah (Small Business and Startups) - The Trump tax cuts have created Opportunity Zones for Utah.  Opportunity Zones create an incentive for growth in communities that are underdeveloped or poor neighborhoods.  Utah has 181 area, both rural and urban, that are eligible for the program.  The governor can only nominate 46 of these communities for these tax incentives that may attract long term development that currently lack infrastructure and jobs.
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