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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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Kathy Sullivan Admits That SB 193 Will Give Public Schools Money For Nothing

Former New Hampshire Democrat Party Chair Kathy Sullivan, writing in the New Hampshire Union Leader today, admits that passage of SB 193 will give public schools money for students they won’t have to teach. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok

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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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Shaheen, Hassan Should Explain Vote to Keep State and Local Tax Deduction

CONCORD — U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan should explain why they voted against ending the federal tax deduction for state and local taxes, which aids high-tax states at the expense of New Hampshire, Andrew Cline, interim president of … Continue reading

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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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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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