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What’s Driving Alabama’s Manufacturing Growth?

Alabama’s auto production reached a record high in 2016. Alabama’s three largest automakers produced at least 1,048,597 vehicles, meaning the state is now the fifth largest auto producing state....

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Site Selection Magazine names Texas and Nebraska Winners in Annual Contest

Site Selection magazine holds the Governor’s Cup Awards, which annually recognizes states with the most qualifying projects or most qualifying new and expanded facilities per capita. Texas claims...

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Michigan may Shake up Job Creation Qualifications

Fiscal Year 2016 for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) saw economic development agreements spur private investment of just over $4 billion while supporting the creation of up to...

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How Iowa Spurs Investment

Businesses looking to locate, modernize or expand in the Hawkeye state should understand the value local communities can offer in support of investment and job creation. Tax Increment Financing...

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Five Growth Related Questions You Should be Asking

Tax season can often be a busy and demanding time. CPAs are highly focused on compliance, meeting filing deadlines, and maintaining a high level of satisfaction for clients. However, those with a...

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Opportunity from Nebraska’s Advantage Program

Quietly, Nebraska has built one of the better economic incentive programs in the nation. The Nebraska Advantage (Advantage) Program had 59 new projects approved in 2015, bringing the total number of...

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Tennessee’s Free College Movement

How higher education can spur economic development On Jan. 30 Tennessee Governor Haslam announced his plan to make community college free for all Tennessee adults. Following in the footsteps of...

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Right-to-Work Impact in Missouri

For the second time in history, the Missouri Senate advanced legislation that makes the Show-Me state the 28th right-to-work (RTW) state. Senate Bill 19 provides Missouri workers the right to work...

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Ohio: Statewide Right-to-Work, or just Locally?

After Kentucky passes RTW law, Ohio voices grow louder for such legislation Four out of the five states that surround Ohio now have Right-to-Work (RTW) legislation. This recent development is...

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Economic Incentives and Indiana’s Potential Tech Talent

Skills Enhancement Fund (or “SEF”): Could economic incentives help make Indianapolis become the next Silicon Valley? Tech companies are increasingly looking to Indiana for expansions, while those already here are working hard to develop and commercialize new technology.

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