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Old 04-30-2014, 01:05 AM   #71
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We might think that gun companies are moving to second amendment friendly states to make a political statement. But nothing can be further from the truth. Gun companies are moving to or expanding in tax friendly states.

Many states have areas were the population is actually getting older. All the younger people are moving because there is limited opportunity. Big corporations are taking advantage of these situations. They are getting 10 and 20 year state tax free deals to revitalize these areas.
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Not gun related, but Toyota moves their US business headquarters out of CA due in large part to the cost of doing business in CA. TX offered Toyota significant tax incentives, as well as a better baseline tax rate after the incentives. Toyota will take over 4000 jobs to TX when it moves. That is some decent leverage. The gun manufacturers don't pull quite that much tax revenue, or economic impact of paid employees contributing to the local market place when they move.
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Bump.

Gotta be something more happening out there
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Okay I guess beretta is leaving for a gun friendly state
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If they are moving its for financial and business reasons. Getting people gullible enough to buy their firearms, because they say they are moving to defend gun rights for example.
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Businesses usually change locations for the one motive that drives business. $$$$$$$$$

Who ever gives the biggest tax credits and other perks gets the jobs. If you think it is over philosophy me thinks you aren't thinking. Your tax dollars go to support the business moves. It is kind of like welfare for business.

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They are moving for financial and business reasons.
Business reasons would be the state doesn't want you there no more .you Make them scary guns.
The financial part is you get taxed so bad because they don't want you there.
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Regardless of whether they move for business reasons or for reasons of conscience, it does cause a minor financial loss for the state they leave.
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They are moving for financial and business reasons.
Business reasons would be the state doesn't want you there no more .you Make them scary guns.
The financial part is you get taxed so bad because they don't want you there
You have evidence of states charging extra taxes etc, for firearms manufacturers. ?
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Damn troll alert.


Maybe they just don't want to do business in a place that they're not welcome I know I wouldn't
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