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Data Shows California Residents Move to Other Western States

By | 2020-21 Corporate Relocation Budget, 2020-21 Employee Relocation, California, California AB5 Law, California Residents Move, California Solar Panel Mandate, Colorado, Idaho, Los Angeles City Regulations, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Relocation to Nevada, State and Local Taxes, State Employment Differences, States | No Comments

Data Shows California Residents Move to Other Western States California residents move to other Western states at a higher rate than other states. According to recently published State-to-State Migration Flows, the number of moves is in some cases dramatic. During the pandemic in 2020, many…

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California Solar Panel Mandate: What Does This Mean for Relocation?

By | California, California Solar Panel Mandate, Home Purchase, Home Relocation Appraisal, Home Sales, Real Estate, Relocating Employees, Relocation Costs, Relocation to California, Single Family Homes, States, Transferee Moving Challenges, United States Migration Patterns | No Comments

California Solar Panel Mandate: What Does This Mean for Relocation? As of January 1, 2020, the California solar panel mandate is the first statewide residential requirement for solar power in the United States. This mandate has several stipulations that require compliance for new construction homes….

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Texas Relocation: The Lone Star State Continues to Draw Companies

By | 2019 Best States Overall, 2020 USA Job Market, Corporate Relocation, Doing Business 2019, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Relocating Employees, State and Local Taxes, States, Texas, Texas Relocation, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, US Economy | No Comments

Texas Relocation: The Lone Star State Continues to Draw Companies Many companies have a Texas relocation as part of their corporate objectives. Trends show the state of Texas as a top destination for company facilities and corporate headquarters looking to relocate. These trends span quite…

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Tri-State Regional Economy May Encourage Relocation Opportunities

By | 2019 USA Job Market, Connecticut, Corporate Relocation, Corporate relocation tips, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, New Jersey, New York, States, Tri-State Regional Economy, United States, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, US Economy | No Comments

Tri-State Regional Economy May Encourage Relocation Opportunities The tri-state regional economy encompassing New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey may encourage future relocation opportunities. This area includes large swaths of southeastern New York, as well as parts of the Hudson River Valley. It also includes the…

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States are Enacting Workarounds to Help Businesses Avoid $10,000 Limit on Individual Deductions for State and Local Taxes

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States are Enacting Workarounds to Help Businesses Avoid $10,000 Limit on Individual Deductions for State and Local Taxes Several states are enacting workarounds to help businesses avoid the Federal Government’s $10,000 limit on individual deductions for state and local taxes, or “SALT” deductions. This limit…

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