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Many times companies choose locations based upon the overall size of the incentives packages. However, many states and communities must provide significant benefits in order to off-set a higher tax burden than alternative locations. A Tax Burden Analysis is an important tool that will present incentives within context of the overall tax burden. The analysis demonstrates the estimated tax burden over a specified time period both before and after the incentives impact.

The Tax Burden Analysis estimates and compares the state and local tax burden that a company may incur at select locations prior to the consideration of incentives. The analysis will then incorporate incentives that companies would likely be granted so that estimates and comparisons of the state and local tax burden after incentives will be provided.

The Tax Burden Analysis will estimate and compare the following corporate taxes and related incentives where appropriate:

  • State Income/Franchise Tax
  • State Net Worth Tax
  • Workers Compensation
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Real Property Tax
  • Personal Property Tax
  • Inventory Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Utilities Tax
  • Local Net Profits Tax
  • Tax Incentives
  • Non-Tax Incentives