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Vote for Taxpayers; Pass CACR 15

Tell your Legislators to Vote for CACR 15 to Reinstate Taxpayer Standing! CACR 15 proposes a Constitutional amendment enabling taxpayers to bring judgments against the government. CACR 15 is scheduled to come before the New Hampshire House next week, March … Continue reading

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House votes to cut R and D tax cap to hike interest and dividends tax deductions

The NH House has voted to roll back the research and development tax credit for businesses in order to increase interest and dividend tax deductions for individuals. The House voted 182-143 on Thursday to OK House Bill 1554 at the … Continue reading

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By hook or by crook: Volinsky wants broadbase tax

Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky wants a broadbased tax, any way he can get it. The man who brought us the education-funding lawsuits that caused much public spending without improving public education is now after the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate advances bill that would eliminate tax on interest, dividends

New Hampshire is sometimes described as a state with no income tax and no sales tax, but it does collect a five percent tax on one form of income – interest and dividends. | Read more at NH Watchdog

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Phil Kerpen – Tax Reform is a triple victory for the American people

Another special edition of GrokTALK! this time featuring Phil Kerpen from American Commitment. Phil believes that the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law is a triple victory for the American people. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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Timberlane Tax: Sandown +10%; Other Towns Catch a Break

Here’s an astonishing political fact.  For three towns in the Timberlane district, the 2018-2019 budget is easily digestible while Sandown is taking an enormous blow.  Whether the towns choose the default budget (near flat-line) or a $1 million higher operating … Continue reading

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Hampton’s push for more revenue stalls in NH House

CONCORD — A number of House bills intended to help Hampton were effectively killed in committee votes, which one selectman said reaffirms the need for the town to file suit against the state. Bills to bring more rooms and meals … Continue reading

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