The tenth annual survey of CEOs published by ChiefExecutive.net ranks Florida second-best state in the country for doing business. The survey of 500 CEOs across the U.S., were asked to grade each state on which they were familiar on subjects including the tax and regulatory regime, quality of the workforce, and quality of the living environment.
According to the article written by JP Donlan, "A state’s attitude toward business is viewed as a critical component of its tax and regulatory regime, while employees’ attitude toward management is considered a crucial factor in the perceived quality of a region’s workforce. Public education and health are also important factors in the living environment, as are such things as the cost of living and affordable housing."
As those of us who live in Naples can attest, the quality of living is excellent with excellent health care, great schools, and lower tax rates at 6 percent along with no personal income tax.
For more information on the Naples area or to get an idea of housing costs and areas to live in, contact Realtor, Mary Yon, at 239-572-3274.