Tag Archives: Income Tax
NH Dems Blame Koch Brothers for Sununu Refusing To Advance Undercover Tax Scheme
I think it’s kind of cute that the NH Democrats continue to pretend this had anything to do with offering Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI) to New Hampshire Families. Or that Governor Sununu would accept “FMLI” in any form the legislature coughed up. … Continue reading
HB628 Was Never About Creating a Family Medical Leave Insurance Program.
Since late 2017, leading up to today, we’ve written or shared at least twenty-three articles opposing HB628, the so-called Family Medical Leave Act. This makes (at least) twenty-four. Why so many? Until very recently neither the governor nor Republican Majority leadership had … Continue reading
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
HB 628 Still Stinks and It’s Still Not Dead, So What’s Happening?
The House Finance Committee had a work session on the HB 628, which implements an income tax under cover of a scheme to provide “state-funded” Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI) for short-term disability coverage. The progressives on both sides just want … Continue reading
When a Tax is a Tax on Income
Advancing NH Public Education must hate seniors. At least that is what we can only surmise from their less than impressionable mention of Senator Andy Sanborn’s effective effort to reduce and eventually eradicate the NH state tax on interest and … Continue reading
A Deeper Look Into the Troubling Family Medical Leave Insurance
The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation … Continue reading
NH State Income Tax Imminent & Soda Ban On The Horizon
The Statists of the Month for February are the 186 NH representatives who voted to create a state income tax on Thursday, Feb. 8th. Every Democrat present voted in favor of HB628 which creates a 0.67% income tax. 21 Republican representatives voted in favor … Continue reading
These 21 New Hampshire House Republicans Don’t Just Want an Income Tax, They Saved It.
The Commerce Committee report on HB 628 was inexpedient to Legislate. Kill the bill, they said. We don’t want to add dozens of bureaucrats and a mechanism to tax income in New Hampshire. But the 21 Republicans pictured above voted against the … Continue reading
House Republicans Responsible for Advancing a NH Income Tax Again!
HB 628, which has a tax on income built into it, passed yet another hurdle today when 28 Republicans voted in favor of taxing your income. No need to get into the issues with the bill again for the … Continue reading
NH Democrats “Improve” HB 628: They Cut The Benefit Time in Half and Hike the Income Tax by 34%
The New Hampshire Income Tax is not dead yet. Yes, the subcommittee recommended the bill as inexpedient to legislate, and odds are improving that the full committee will follow suit, but the subcommittee minority report included an amendment that is (presumably) meant … Continue reading