4 Tax Tips For Businesses Expanding Across State Lines

By Ama Sarfo (October 14, 2014, 4:21 PM EDT) -- Generous state tax incentives and a slowly rebounding economy are prompting many small companies to expand their physical presence across state lines, but interstate moves can be fraught with potential tax traps that can easily ensnare the unwary.

Below, experts share four tips for advising small businesses looking to plant roots in multiple states.

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