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By Matthew Ehringer, Ice Miller LLP
States competing for business is nothing new. Attracting corporate headquarters, new manufacturing plants, research and development facilities, among many other types of investments, can add jobs (in the best cases high paying jobs) property investments in local communities which can lower property tax rates, as well as many other tangible and intangible benefits. In making its site selections, companies look at a variety of factors, one of which is state tax policy. Continue reading.
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