Our state hasn’t raised its 6 percent corporate income tax rate since 1972, and the unemployment tax burden is more than 68 percent lower than the national average. Workers’ compensation insurance is also among the lowest in the country.
Lebanon has attracted major high-tech industry – such as Northrop Grumman and CGI-AMS – due to having access to CPC OptiNet, managed by BVU Authority in Bristol, Va. Due to this advanced fiber-optic infrastructure, telecommunications needs can be customized to meet virtually any business requirements.
To get your Lebanon business started, call our office at 276-889-7200, and ask for Cindy Carrier.
For information about doing business in Virginia, go to the Virginia Economic Development Partnership website.
For additional business resources, visit VirginiaDBA, the Virginia Department of Business Assistance.
Also, visit My Southwest Virginia Opportunity website – with a wealth of information related to small business development.
“One of the reasons, we selected this region is the high quality of life the area offers, including high quality education, healthcare, telecommunications infrastructure and other amenities.”Jim O’Neill former president of Northrop Grumman’s Information Technology Sector
"We have been very fortunate to work with the wonderful people of Russell County and help them become healthier and happier people. It is a true pleasure to be involvedGreg Cornforth PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS; Co-owner of Lebanon Physical Therapy and Rehabilitative Services and Wellness Center
“Lebanon, Virginia, has always offered Chafin Law Firm, P.C., an accommodating and innovative landscape within which to provide legal services to our clients. The town’s leadership has played a crucialBen Chafin Attorney, Managing Director of Chafin Law Firm, P.C.
"Practicing medicine in a small town, like Lebanon, means your patients are more than just names in a chart. You get to know the patients better and, in turn, areDr. Brian Easton President, C-Health, P.C.