Providence ranked 15th in U.S. for favorable business tax structure

KPMG INTERNATIONAL ranked Providence 15th on its list of the most favorable tax structures for business in the U.S. / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
KPMG INTERNATIONAL ranked Providence 15th on its list of the most favorable tax structures for business in the U.S. / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
TORONTO – Among a survey of 73 U.S. cities that offer the most favorable tax structures for businesses, Providence ranked 15th overall. The report, part of a comprehensive study of 55 cities from around the world, was issued by audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG International and was broken down by country and by U.S.…

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