This is something for the legislature to work on next year. Hint: raising taxes will not help.
According to GoBankingRates.com of Los Angeles, Wisconsin was graded one of the 10 worst states to start a business. Only Hawaii, Maine, Vermont and Arkansas scored lower on the ranking, which took into account a state’s startup activity, business survival rate, productivity, availability of employees, education level of potential employees, business tax climate and cost of living.
GoBankingRates.com rated Wyoming as the best state to start a business, followed by Alaska, Nevada, Texas and Delaware.