In the united states, businesses are shutting down and people are losing their jobs! news from CNN today 2.4 million lost their jobs just this week and the total of joblessness claims is now 38 million. The number is rising and things are getting scary.
People are applying for unemployment benefits, they want to take care of their families, their wives, their kids, their husbands. This is undoubtedly the scariest thing ever happened in the history of the united states economy.
You might be affected by this situation and probably you’re considering a move to another state, but before moving there you need to look at certain things such as tax, quality of life, weather, schools, politics and regulations, quality of the market, population growth, the safety of yours and your kids, and of course a state with low unemployment rates.
Another thing to do before moving is to compare the state you’re living in now with the other states and see how your state handles this coronavirus situation and then make your decision based on that.
No state is tax-free but there’re certain states with the lowest taxes and if you’re just an employee then maybe you ought to think about where you’re going to be moving to next based on the following Tax data:
And if you’re a business owner and you’re somebody that really wants to make a difference but you’re worried about policies and regulations as well as business climate in each state, then you need to check these SBE council rakings