The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to its more free economy and less economic regulations.
New Hampshire receives the 2nd lowest farm subsidy dollars from the Federal Government, less than 0.1% of the total subsidy dollars handed out.
Retail businesses benefit from proximity to Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Canada as residents shop in New Hampshire to benefit from the lack of sales tax.
New Hampshire currently has the 14th lowest unemployment in the county and is also ranked 14th for the number of new jobs forecast for 2014.
New Hampshire's overall per-capita tax collection is $1,761, 8th lowest in the nation.
New Hampshire offers 5 Free Trade Zones, including those at Manchester Airport and the Port of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire has the lowest percentage of residents and children living in poverty in the nation.
Manchester ranks #2 on Kiplinger's list of Tax-Friendly Cities.
New Hampshire shares a border with Canada, facilitating international trade and travel.
As of March 2013, NH unemployment is 5.7%; US average is 7.6%.
New Hampshire has a diverse economy, making it hospitable to movers from many lines of work.