The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to its more free economy and less economic regulations.
New Hampshire is home to 22 companies on Inc.'s 5000 list - a directory of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States.
New Hampshire is the best state to find a home, based on housing availability and housing affordability.
New Hampshire's household disposable income is the highest in the country.
Two New Hampshire metropolitan areas rank in the top 10 Most Economically Free regions in the country.
Early FSP movers have taken advantage of the tremendous business climate in NH by starting a number of successful businesses, including bars/restaurants, a microbrewery, alternative currencies, construction companies, HVAC contractor/reseller, real estate practice, freedom-oriented bookstore, computer consulting, web hosting, radio/TV shows, and non-profit organizations.
New Hampshire received an A+ in a national survey, ranking as the best state for business and taking 2nd place for ease of starting a new business.
New Hampshire ranks #2 in the nation for Business Friendliness.
New Hampshire's #3 ranking in Stroll's Locavore Index is demonstrated by an active and diverse agricultural sector that ranges from livestock to dairy products to apples to flowers. Furthermore, New Hampshire receives the 3rd lowest farm subsidy dollars from the Federal Government - less than 0.1% of the total subsidy dollars handed out.