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Becoming an entrepreneur can give you a lot of freedom that your standard 9-5 job may not. From picking your own hours to deciding what to do each day, being your own boss can be incredibly appealing.
One of the benefits can be that it may allow you to move elsewhere in the US, without needing to worry too much about your ability to do your job. Before you move, you may want to consider which states might offer you the most benefits, in terms of both business and general life.
Heading out to Florida
If you’re a lover of the sun or want to live fairly near the ocean, Florida could be the right choice for you. Buying a new home in Naples and the surrounding area can allow you to improve your quality of life while being good for your business. This may also be a rather affluent area, which could enable you to charge higher prices for your services.
A home in this area, with lots of sun and beautiful views, could allow you to build your business and life while also potentially improving your mental well-being.
You may want to do your research into what is required to set up your business in this area, as well as the average prices that other similar businesses charge for their services. Spending time in the community and making connections could help to make your transition easier.
Going down to Texas
Alternatively, you may want to think about venturing south to start your new business. This large state may be known for its difference in mannerisms and ways of speaking, but it can bring some great elements to your business.
Many people may have heard the stereotype that Texans are, generally, quite friendly people. That may be somewhat true, based on how they treat natives and newcomers alike.
When you and your family move to a new state to follow your business dreams, you may want to choose a place where you will feel welcome. This can help you meet people, including potential business partners and employees, with less hassle and even allow your family to integrate into their new life.
Venturing to Alaska
One state that you may not have previously considered might be Alaska. Depending on the type of business you wish to conduct, this may not be suitable for everyone, especially due to the cold, harsh weather conditions. That being said, there can be some immense benefits of living and working in Alaska.
The main benefit can be that there is no income tax set out by the state. Instead, taxes are accrued by other means. This may enable you to keep more of your hard-earned money. However, while the cost of living may be reduced here, you might also find that you make less than in other states, balancing it out.
Moving to a new state can allow you to start your business and gain new experiences. Considering what your goals are can allow you to pick the right state for your business and family.