Category Archives: taxes

Massachusetts Taxes Ride-Sharing to Pay Off Taxi Companies

Last year Massachusetts passed a law taxing ride-sharing services. A portion of the fee, according to the law, is diverted to Taxi companies, to develop “new technologies and advanced service, safety and operational capabilities.” | Read more at GraniteGrok.com

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Local NH Tax Rate on the Rise

I don’t know about you, but for me $30 per thousand is a psychological breaking point. Sandown’s property tax rate this year is $30.78.  We’ve outstripped even the notorious town of Danville which has a comparably attractive $28.25 per thousand … Continue reading

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Local Media Reports a Majority of “NH Residents Support Gas Tax Increase” When They Don’t

In two separate reports feeding off the same research, Fosters.com and the New Hampshire Business Review lead with headlines declaring support for a gas tax increase in New Hampshire. “UNH research: NH residents support gas tax hike.” But do they? Nope. |Read more at … Continue reading

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HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER REACTS TO STATE REVENUE REPORT

CONCORD- House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued a statement relative to the state revenue report published Thursday, in which stated the following: “Business Taxes for October totaled $25.7 million, which were $0.9 million (3.6%) above plan and $8.1 million … Continue reading

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House panel votes to eliminate RGGI energy-efficiency funds

The NH House Science Technology and Energy Committee narrowly voted Tuesday to gut energy-efficiency funding through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and roll back the state’s renewable energy standard, in a move that one Republic denounced as partisan and a … Continue reading

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Timberlane Taxes Skyrocket… Again

When you Google “management,” this definition pops up:  “the process of dealing with or controlling things or people.” I’ll let you judge if Timberlane’s budget and our associated taxes are being “controlled.” New Hampshire’s Department of Revenue has released Timberlane’s … Continue reading

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NH House panel OKs corporate jet fee cuts

A key NH House committee has recommended cutting registration fees in order to attract corporate jets and large fleets of trucks to the state. The Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday easily passed House Bill 124, which would eliminate the … Continue reading

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