Dear Sir,- Maybe this question does not belong to this category 100% but i believe someone with Business Law background and american citizen can really help me in this, so i will be using this category a lot coming days ! :)my questions is:am planning to move to US very soon, and i have decided that i want to buy a running business and not being employed.1- About choosing the right state for business, i started to believe that Ohio, Kentucky and Louisiana are the best, XXXXX XXXXX cheer business prices compared to the higher profit than other states, do you agree? do you suggest other state which has lower crime rate for a family with children to live in ?2- since i never been to US, i need to buy a business which does not need a lot of experience, am not sure if this can be done or not, but i have reached below businesses and want to know your suggestion regarding easiness of management and easiness of learning it since i never been to USGas Station, C-Store, Supermarket, Drive-Thru, Liqueur Shopif you have any other suggestion i will be more than glad to know it.Thanks
Hi and welcome,
3. New Hampshire
Am researching the other questions for you
thanks so much, waiting for the other question reply, and what do you think of Ohio& Kentucky Crime rate ? i like that both has cheaper housing but i am really concerned about the crime rate factor
Crime and cheapest states all based on reliable studies. I have no personal knowledge.
Cheapest states to live in starting with the cheapest
Easiest business with no experience ...........liquor store.
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