START-UP NY en SUNY campuses getting started with their Start-Up NY plans <p></p><p>SUNY campuses across central New York are working to get the final pieces in place to begin attracting business as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Start-Up NY.&nbsp;</p><p>Start-Up NY offers businesses a chance to operate tax-free for ten years, if they set up shop within one mile of college campus, and create jobs that support the academic mission of the school they’re affiliated with. &nbsp;</p><p>So far, according to the Start-Up NY web site, there are more than a dozen colleges and universities aligned with the economic development program. &nbsp;</p> Tue, 06 May 2014 11:31:21 +0000 Ellen Abbott 55346 at New state laws bring tax cuts, health screening and casinos <p>A number of new state laws take effect in New York Jan. 1.&nbsp; They include a few tax cuts and tax breaks, and even a new regulation that could impact the health of baby boomers.</p><p>Hitting the books in the new year are the first of three new tax cuts for small businesses and an additional nearly 10 percent tax cut for manufacturers.&nbsp; Middle-income families are also getting tax relief in 2014. That affects people who make between $40,000 and $300,000 a year and who have at least one dependent child.</p> Wed, 01 Jan 2014 21:04:00 +0000 Charles Lane 49285 at SUNY Oswego making plans to START-UP NY <p>SUNY Oswego is embracing Gov. Andrew Cuomo's START-UP New York program, selecting three areas on the college's main campus as possible future business sites.<br /><br />Cuomo formally launched START-UP New York in October, which offers new and expanding businesses the chance to operate on SUNY campuses tax free for ten years. The only requirements are that the company has to be able to create jobs, provide an economic boost for the community and not hurt other local companies.<br /> Wed, 11 Dec 2013 21:04:00 +0000 Gino Geruntino 48355 at SUNY Oswego making plans to START-UP NY State kicks off Startup-NY tax-free program <p></p><p>New York’s plan to attract new business and jobs to the state by offering them tax-free space at public colleges is underway. Officials Tuesday outlined for the first time specifics about how the program will work.</p><p>They tried to lay out the plan as simply as possible:</p><p>"There’s no fine print. There’s no trips and traps, caveats; there’s no taxes," said Executive Vice President of Startup-NY Leslie Whatley in a conference call with reporters.</p> Wed, 23 Oct 2013 11:07:08 +0000 Ryan Delaney 46048 at State kicks off Startup-NY tax-free program Old prisons could become homes for business startups <div class="card-content"><div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden "><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"><p>Some abandoned prisons in the upstate area could become home to start-up companies under Gov. Andrew Cuomo&#39;s <a href="">Start-Up New York</a> initiative.</p><p>The initiative aims to provide major incentives for companies to relocate, develop, or significantly expand in New York by offering state and local tax-free zones on university and college campuses.</p> Tue, 15 Oct 2013 10:49:38 +0000 Kate O'Connell 45645 at Old prisons could become homes for business startups Logeun's Crossing brings COR Development, Upstate Medical University together <p>It's been almost two years since the ground breaking of the Logeun's Crossing project on Syracuse's east side.<br><br>Upstate Medical University is combining forces with COR Development to turn 14 acres of blighted properties off of East Fayette Street into a mix of residential, retail, office and educational space. COR President Steve Aiello says they've finished tearing down the old Kennedy Square apartment complex, and can start working on the basic framework of the new neighborhood.<br> Mon, 22 Jul 2013 10:50:42 +0000 Ellen Abbott 41433 at Logeun's Crossing brings COR Development, Upstate Medical University together Gov. Cuomo pushes agenda to revitalize upstate economy <p></p> Fri, 28 Jun 2013 14:15:15 +0000 Ellen Abbott 40267 at Lt. Gov. Duffy tries to sell START-UP NY to SUNY <p></p> Tue, 25 Jun 2013 19:27:31 +0000 Gino Geruntino 40109 at