North Carolina is a premier location for business and financial services. In fact, Charlotte, the state’s largest city, is home to the third-largest banking center in the United States. Nothing compares to North Carolina’s consistently top-ranked business climate, low cost of living, access to four international airports and highly educated workforce.
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At 3 percent, North Carolina has the lowest corporate income tax rate in the United States. In fact, North Carolina offers a low tax burden across the board. Ernst & Young and the Council on State Taxation rank North Carolina No. 1 for lowest state and local tax burden in the U.S.
North Carolina’s four international airports – including Charlotte-Douglas International (CLT), the sixth-busiest hub in the U.S. – account for 1,000+ daily domestic and international flights, including direct flights to Europe and Latin America and easy one-stop connections to Asia.
North Carolina is home to four nationally recognized, top-75 business schools according to U.S. News, including Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business (No. 13), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School (No. 18), Wake Forest University (No. 45) and North Carolina State University (No. 70).
A low cost of living, access to quality healthcare and affordable housing, and a family-friendly reputation – the state’s capital, Raleigh, ranks No. 1 on Forbes’ list of Best Cities to Raise a Family – make North Carolina an ideal place to call home.
More than 380,000 students are seeking degrees at 41 North Carolina colleges and universities. In 2013, North Carolina’s colleges granted more than 50,000 bachelor’s degrees, 17,000 master’s degrees, and 4,300 doctoral degrees.
North Carolina boasts one of the most educated workforces in the U.S. Raleigh ranks No. 2 and Durham ranks No. 3 among the Most Educated Cities in America.
NCWorks is a comprehensive workforce development program that includes an online jobs database for talent recruiters and job seekers alike. NCWorks also features a customized training program for new and existing businesses in the state.
The main operations office of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is located Durham. All of the key business operations are represented here, including member service and specialized member communities, publications, conferences, finance, legal and human resources.
N.C. State University is the host institution for the Financial Review, the Journal of the Eastern Finance Association. The Financial Review publishes original empirical, theoretical and methodological research providing insights into issues of importance in all areas of financial economics.
The North Carolina Treasury Management Association (NCTMA) is a non-profit organization for treasury professionals. The association provides an opportunity for its members to meet regularly to exchange ideas and information in an interactive forum featuring national, regional and local speakers.
The North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA) is a membership-based organization for CPAs in North Carolina. NCACPA offers more than 500 events annually, provides numerous scholarships and other monetary contributions to current and future members of the accounting profession, and is actively engaged in a variety of service activities.
The EDPNC helps businesses large and small succeed in North Carolina. We recruit new businesses to the state, support the growth of existing NC businesses, help manufacturers sell into international markets, provide startup assistance to entrepreneurs, and market the state as a premier travel destination. For assistance, fill out the form below and a member of our team will follow up with you as soon as possible.