Category Archives: taxes

NH Committee to Decide on Spending Tax dollars for Gender Reassignment

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR) will consider at its October 19 meeting a rule proposed by the state Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that would make “gender reassignment” a covered service for minors and adults … Continue reading

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15 TAX TERMS EVERY ADULT SHOULD KNOW

It seems that the older we get, the more complicated our taxes become. As our financial portfolio grows, so does our tax responsibilities. It’s difficult to remember all of the terms and what they each mean. Let’s take a look. … Continue reading

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Nashua Alderman Vote Unanimously to Spend Other People’s Money

A Rhode Island Company has convinced the city of Nashua to spend your money. According to NHPR’s incorrectly named article “Nashua Alderman Unanimously Approve Commuter Rail Memorandum,” The Tuesday night unanimous approval of the memorandum of understanding means the city can begin work … Continue reading

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Would You Support Local Rooms and Meals Taxes in New Hampshire?

New Hampshire’s abundance of seaside beaches, lakes, and mountain resorts helps make tourism the state’s second-largest industry. While this influx of travelers is a boon to local businesses, it can strain municipal resources – like police and ambulances– during peak … Continue reading

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Berlin NH Fights Bill To Shift Tax Burden

BERLIN — With millions of dollars of utility tax valuation at stake, the city council invited Coos legislators to Monday’s work session for a detailed briefing on the evils of House Bill 324. Mayor Paul Grenier explained that the bill, … Continue reading

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NH Ranked 7th Best Overall for BusinessTax Climate

The Tax Foundation has released their 2017 State Business Tax Climate Index, and New Hampshire ranks 7th best in the nation. That’s impressive considering how poorly the Granite State did in some key categories. It ranked 46th for Corporate taxes (this report … Continue reading

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Portsmouth officials defend property revaluation

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth officials defended their recent revaluation of residential and commercial properties during a city council workshop Monday evening. Finance Director Judie Belanger said despite the beliefs of some residents who have reached out to her department, commercial property owners … Continue reading

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