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N.H. DHHS head talks health care provider taxes to pay for expanded Medicaid

Amid growing uncertainty around New Hampshire’s Medicaid expansion program and a looming 2018 deadline, Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers is exploring a new potential fix: provider taxes. In an interview with the Monitor editorial board last week, Meyers … Continue reading

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A New Hampshire Disadvantage

It looks like New Hampshire lawmakers are more interested in replacing than merely repealing airport fees by either increasing the fees on older planes or upping the jet fuel tax. Currently, New Hampshire is one of the most expensive places … Continue reading

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Henniker’s Unpaid, Un-Redeemed Tax Problem….

Trying to understand the overall tax requirements to run a town can be quite confusing. One has to work through a blizzard of RSA’s that regulate how all taxes (including your property tax) are created, levied and collected. Then there … Continue reading

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Vermont: Tax Vermonters Who Buy In New Hampshire

When a seller doesn’t charge Vermont’s 6 percent sales tax, buyers are responsible for paying what’s known as use tax at the same rate. The tax applies to online, phone or mail-order purchases as well as purchases made outside Vermont … Continue reading

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Rep. Karen Umberger: Short-term rentals are subject to NH rooms and meals tax

To the editor: Summer vacation is winding down and the tourists are starting to think about other things. I need to remind anyone who has rented their property over the summer or during ski season through Airbnb, vacations rentals or … Continue reading

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AFP-NH to host tax reform forum in Portsmouth

MANCHESTER — Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) will host the third and final event in a series of forums on tax reform in Portsmouth on Wednesday. The event will bring together individuals and business owners who have been impacted … Continue reading

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NHFPI Hides the Good Fiscal News Behind What May Not Even be Bad News

In a recent report the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) hems and haws its way through potential fiscal decline couched in “mights and maybes” and then (Surprise!) we get “substantially more” in paragraph four. While the preliminary accrual revenues for SFY … Continue reading

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