How Does Your State Compare?
Compare your state to South Dakota and others, and see how our tax structure will affect your bottom line.
Shooting, Hunting and Outdoors
A Great Fit for South Dakota
Outdoor recreation is widespread in South Dakota, and with many residents enjoying hunting, fishing and other outdoor sports, we have cultivated a firearm-friendly philosophy. The GOED will be exhibiting in Las Vegas at the 2015 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show January 20-23, 2015.
The Corner Office
See Your Life Differently
With four full seasons of outdoor recreational opportunities and world class, destination attractions, South Dakota has something for everyone. The faces of Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the moonscape of Badlands National Park, and the trails followed by Lewis and Clark along the Missouri River all offer.
South Dakota: Best For Business
But Don't Just Take Our Word For It
Study after study consistantly puts South Dakota among the top when it comes to Business Friendliness among the 50 states. The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council ranked South Dakota No. 1 on its Small Business Policy Index; and, in 2013, South Dakota was named CNBC's Best State for Business.
Small Business Policy Index
South Dakota Map Center
Location is everything. That’s why we have compiled a collection of maps to visually show you why South Dakota is good for your business. Whether you are looking for cities towns or counties in South Dakota, highways, rail lines, fiber infrastructure or other information – you will find it here.
'Proud to Call South Dakota Home'
"South Dakota is where a positive business climate, low business and property costs, and financial growth incentives have come together. We work in many states but are proud to call South Dakota Home." -Jason Glover, Neutraferma
How Much Do You Really Earn?
After taxes, how much do you take home? How much can you buy with your hard earned wages? Does it matter where you work and live?
We answered these questions by assessing purchasing power across the nation. We looked at median wages by occupation and then analyzed the impacts of taxation and cost of living. The verdict? Location matters.