New Hampshire, Vermont, Tax Revenue, Tax Capacity, and Values

First, as part of this research professor Woolf reports that as a percentage of total income earned New Hampshire is still one of the lowest taxed states in the Nation. The national average is 10.59 percent, and New Hampshire’s rate is only 8.86 percent. (Vermont’s is over 12%.)

New Hampshire’s rank is important because the article asks questions about spending priorities, values, efficient delivery of services, and just how much you can expect to take and for what. |More…

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