Affordable Real Estate
Low Cost of Doing Business
Well-Educated Work Force
Active Chamber of Commerce
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over 60 new businesses have opened in Anna since 2009.
When you decide to locate, expand or retain your business in Anna, you will encounter a wide variety of valuable economic development incentives. Based on your specific circumstances, we will tailor a package of incentives designed to help you. The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will facilitate meetings with the City of Anna officials to discuss tax abatements, 380 agreements, Tax Increment Financing, the Freeport Exemption process, and other economic development incentives.
Texas offers one of the lowest tax burdens in the nation, ranking 48th among the 50 states in per capita state taxes. There is no personal income tax, no state income tax on machinery and equipment used in manufacturing, no state level property tax, no state tax on goods in transit and no tax on electricity used in processing, fabrication and manufacturing.
The Anna EDC has provided incentives that resulted in much of the retail development that has occurred in Anna since 2008. The EDC was instrumental in recruiting Brookshires Grocery Company, CVS Pharmacy and McDonald’s. The EDC has also attracted two technology companies – Image Vision, a growing software engineering company, and Nimbix, a high-tech cloud computing company. Both companies are headquartered in Anna, Texas.
Learn more about the Anna EDC here.