Category Archives: taxes

New Hampshire Senate OKs measure to reduce real estate transfer fee for first-time homebuyers

First-time homebuyers in New Hampshire may soon be in for a bit of a break when it comes to scraping together enough dough to make that first big purchase – including those who’ve already closed on a new home this … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate kills vehicle registration fees expansion measure

A bill that would’ve given Concord that power was recently defeated in the state Senate on a party line vote, 14-10. Republican senators criticized the bill as an unnecessary attempt to raise the cost of living for the capital city’s … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Could Become the Ninth Income Tax-Free State

New Hampshire is often mislabeled as a state with no income tax, as it does not impose a state tax on income received from wages or salaries. But, the state does levy a tax on another form of income, interest … Continue reading

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NH Senate panel backs ARMI tax break

The NH Senate Ways and Means Committee backed legislation Wednesday that would exempt companies participating in the budding regenerative manufacturing industry from state business taxes and would forgive the student loans of those who work in the industry in New … Continue reading

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What Does “Overspending” Mean?

At Monday’s board of selectmen’s meeting, Gordon Hunt, a member of the budget committee, and the selectmen called into question something that Chris Sawyer wrote in the Granite State News. Chris, who is running for budget committee, stated in response … Continue reading

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New Hampshire economy surges after business income tax reduction

New Hampshire’s economy is humming along, and fiscal conditions are better than they have been for years. In large part, that’s thanks to business profits tax cuts and a cautious, one-off distribution of surpluses on the part of Gov. Chris … Continue reading

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Selectmen, Budget Committee Propose 12% Increase in Taxes…

The selectmen and Budget Committee have proposed budgets this year that would increase the “amount of taxes to be raised” by approximately 12% on the local part of our tax bill (not including state and county taxes), compared to last … Continue reading

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