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Live Answering Service in Arizona

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A little information about Arizona

More Americans opened a business in Arizona than any other state in 2011. Entrepreneurs migrate toward Arizona because of the educated work pool in the area, the low taxes rate in business and property, and the low cost of workers’ compensation. The state also offers grants for workers to improve their skills. This is helpful in the growing renewable energy field, as well as in the large computer software making business. Arizona may have been the last state added to the contiguous United States, but it boasts itself as being the most entrepreneurial state in the Union. The state is not all business, though. Tourism is huge, due to the varied landscape of the southwestern state. Visitors come from all over the globe to view the Grand Canyon, which is considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Tourists also come for the desert serenity, the majestic mountains, and the deep Native American Culture. Important Links: http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2012/smallbusiness/1206/gallery.best-places-entrepreneurs/index.html http://az.gov/ http://www.nps.gov/grca/index.htm