Ohio State Auditor and Republican candidate for lieutenant governor Mary Taylor said that the state government needed to take steps to make it easier for local entrepreneurs to form an LLCand run their businesses successfully, the Business Journal reports.
Taylor said that many steps needed to be taken in order to improve the state’s business climate. According to the paper, she focused on the need to “common-sense regulations” that would eliminate red tape for small businesses and improve the state’s business tax policies to keep from driving employers out of Ohio.
She also added that the state needed to become more modern and efficient in the ways it works to provide information to local business owners. By taking this step, entrepreneurs could take advantage of the existing training and development programs that they could be eligible for.
The state has not traditionally been very business-friendly. According to the Columbus Dispatch, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels recently said that he enjoyed competing against Ohio for business “because it’s easy” and “fun.”
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