Georgia ranked among most business friendly states

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Georgia is ranked as the fourth friendliest for small businesses, according to Thumbtack, a website that connects professionals and customers.
Atlanta is ranked as the 10th friendlist for cities for 2016.
The study surveyed 12,000 small businesses across 35 states and 78 cities.
Georgia finished behind Texas, Utah and Tennessee and ahead of Colorado.
Atlanta joined Austin, Boston, Minneapolis and San Francisco as cities that had in-depth case studies performed – Atlanta finished with the best ranking from those cities.
As part of the study, responders gave a letter grade to categories such as regulations, health and safety, zoning and tax code.
Georgia earned an A-plus ranking for licensing requirements and was 24 percent higher than the national average. Of those polled, 41 percent of Georgians felt the tax rate was too high, which was 16 percent fewer than the national average.
Georgia nearly had straight As, but earned a B-plus for ease of hiring and C-minus for training and networking.

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