Home to the late, great Elvis Presley and The Great Smoky Mountains, this week we’re taking a look at what it means to incorporate in Tennessee.
If you’re planning to start a business in the agriculture, manufacturing, or tourism industries, Tennessee might just be the place for you! You have the Great Smoky Mountains to thank for that – being one of the nation’s most visited national parks makes Tennessee a great spot for all things tourism. Companies including Ruby Tuesday, Saturn Corporation, and Eastman Chemical Company all call the state home to their headquarters as well.
Forbes has the state ranked at 15 out of their best states for business list, noted for its excellence in having a pro-business regulatory climate. Thumbtack.com also has Tennessee ranked with a positive B+. The state scored high in ease of starting a business, hiring and regulations, health and safety, employment, tax code, licensing, environmental, zoning, and networking. With grades like that, Tennessee passes with flying colors!
We’re bringing back some of our favorite guest bloggers today – the team at MycroBurst! Their director of communications Michelle Lewis is sharing some of the styles of the summertime logos that the team is crafting for businesses all throughout the country – and how you can get the look for your company!
Greetings from rainy England! We’re supposed to get a month’s worth of rain in the next 24 hours, and there are flood warnings all over the country. But since it’s sunny and hot all over the U.S. – some would say too hot! 107 degrees in St. Louis, yikes! – I’m not going to let the gloomy British forecast dampen my enthusiasm for creating business logos, perfect for the summertime season!
Here at MycroBurst we provide services to empower small businesses in a reliable and affordable manner and serve as a crowdsourcing platform for graphics and logo design, which provides an affordable way for businesses to brand themselves with logos, websites, stationery, banners, T shirts – you name it, our 30,000+ designers can conjure it up!
What’s been on the agenda for businesses this summer? Check out what companies everywhere from Chicago to Tennessee are rocking in logo creations! Continue reading
If you haven’t heard- the 42 state lotto, Mega Millions is over half a billion dollars. Since we’re finishing out tax season we thought it would be good to highlight one last tax post. We’ll discuss the taxes on your lotto winnings, as well as gross income generally.
If you are from New Hampshire, Tennessee, Texas, South Dakota, Washington, California, Pennsylvania or Delaware you will win the biggest in tonight’s drawing- winning between 3% and 9% more than if you were from any other state because you won’t have to pay state income taxes. However, all winners must count the winnings as income and are subject to the Federal income tax of 35% (or maybe more depending on your specific situation). Continue reading