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June 18th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
The middle-market business sector in New York is most definitely one of the largest in the entire country, and more than 10,000 businesses that earn between $10 million and $3 billion call the state home. This diverse group of businesses includes health care, finance, retail and more and comprises more than 1% of the firms based in New York but contributes nearly 20% of the revenue it earns. Th... [read more]
June 4th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Here is an overview for the most common investor visas for the usa. E-2 Investor Visa When an investor needs to be present in the United States to oversee and manage their financial investments, they might need to apply for an E-2 investor visa. It allows the investor to enter and work in the US regarding their investment, and it’s a visa that needs to be renewed every two years. One o... [read more]
May 28th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
San Antonio is currently experiencing a population boom because of its economic standing. The city ranks as the third-largest GDP across the country with an overall performance that surpasses Seattle and San Francisco. This does not come as a surprise because the city has been performing well in providing investors with a contingent of highly skilled workforce and a business environment that foste... [read more]
May 21st, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Performing a business valuation is essentially a check box that details the figures and information on the actual value or worth of your company in terms of income, assets, and your competition. If you are based in New Jersey, and haven't performed a business valuation in NJ in the previous 12 months, then you should contact a business valuation professional as soon as possible. The outcome of ge... [read more]
May 14th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Newark New Jersey is home to some of the biggest corporations in the country including IBM, Panasonic Corporation, and JPMorgan Chase. The city continues to reshape its business climate as an economic renaissance is beginning to take hold as NYC outgrows itself. Situated within the gateways of the Northeast Corridor, Newark is a major transportation hub with a population of about quarter a million... [read more]
May 7th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Whether you're looking to buy a business in Fort Lauderdale or sell a business in Fort Lauderdale, the "Venice of America", is a popular tourist destination and one of the business powerhouses in the southeastern region of Florida and the US as a whole. The city is located in Broward County in the state of Florida, just 28 miles from Miami. With more than 180,000 people living in the city proper... [read more]
April 30th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
The City of Philadelphia, one of the largest cities in the US, is a significant market for budding entrepreneurs and job seekers because of its potential to flourish economically in the coming years. The city is neither flaming hot nor frozen but growing at a slow and steady pace ever since 2008, when a lot of other cities have invested way to soon without the proper infrastructure, laws, training... [read more]
April 23rd, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Wilmington is a coastal city in North Carolina that lies around 129 miles southeast of Raleigh, the state capital. The city is home to 119,000 people and 21 of the sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places.   Visitors can reach the city through rail, bus, car, or plane. In Wilmington, heritage fuses with modernity and nature. As such, there is a prime real estate of every kind in ... [read more]
April 17th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Harrisburg, the county seat of Dauphin County has always been one of the most vibrant business centers in the country. The region has a growing technology and biotechnology sector and is one of the most service-oriented cities around the East Coast area. Over the years, tougher advocacies have been implemented to magnify the current economic growth experienced not just around the Harrisburg regio... [read more]
April 2nd, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Whether you already live there or are considering buying a business in Texas or selling a business in Texas, it is important to know what makes the state ideal for business in general as well as some of the things to keep an eye out for. As one of the largest states in the US and being home to some very large cities (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, etc), it is no doubt that this state is a p... [read more]
March 27th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
New York is one of the most prominent and populous states in the US with an estimated population of over twenty million. The state is known to be the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world. New York is also one of the most important centers for international diplomacy. So what does it take to start or buy a business in New York? As a home for the most sophisticated business entrepr... [read more]
March 19th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Since the past few years, North Carolina has been ranked among the top 5 best states to do business. This recognition is according to major American Business Magazines such as the Forbes, CNBC and Site Selection. The rankings were calculated by six categories, labor supply, economic climate, regulatory environment, quality of life, and business costs. The success and momentum of North Carolina... [read more]
March 5th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Although known as the Coal and Steel State, Pennsylvania actually has a very large and diversified economy.  Based on the “America's Top States for Business 2016” list by CNBC, Pennsylvania made the jump from rank 40 on the previous list to No. 33. The list is prepared by assessing the different indicators that can contribute toward creating a good climate for businesses to grow. Among... [read more]
February 26th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
The Forbes “Best States For Business" list ranked Maryland 32nd among the 50 states. One of the variables that dragged down its ranking is the high labor cost. However, employers are willing to overlook that because the state has one of the most educated labor forces in the country. The cost of living is another indicator that affected its rank. But the state makes up for it in terms of the ... [read more]
February 19th, 2019
by Achim Neumann, President
Florida has always been known as a "tax haven" for many businesses, but the sunshine state has many other advantages, which can be attractive for new investors. Corporate headquarters set roots in Florida because it has no corporate income tax on S-corporations and limited partnerships. It waives corporate franchise taxes and taxes on corporate inventories. It doesn't collect personal income t... [read more]