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Croydon Sees Significant Tax Increase

Croydon property owners are seeing a substantial increase in their December property taxes which rose from $12.98 per thousand in 2012 to $18.34 for 2013 due to an increase in the school tax. Croydon’s School Board Chair – Jody Underwood said

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Uncertainty Surrounding Newport’s Tax Rate

Newport can expect a $1.57 tax increase per thousand on their next tax bill, said Town Manager Paul Brown at Monday’s Select Board meeting. According to the calculations .37 cents of the increase is from town appropriations from the road

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Governor Hasaan Announces 155 Companies Received R&D Tax Credits

To encourage innovation and support efforts of NH businesses to create jobs, Governor Maggie Hassan and Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) Commissioner John Beardmore announced Tuesday that 155 companies have received tax credits under the state’s newly expanded research &

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Hassan Announces Lowering of Employer Tax

Governor Maggie Hassan and Employment Security Commissioner George Copadis announced Wednesday that all members present of the Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council voted to endorse the lowering of employer tax rates as well as a targeted increase in the weekly benefit

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Possible Tax Decrease for Sullivan County

If the Sullivan County Delegation goes along with the recommendation of its Executive Finance Committee at the County Convention next week, local taxes to support county government in 2014 will be dropping. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on

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VT Gov. Shulim Announces Agreement To Avoid Tax Increase

Gov. Peter Shumlin, VT House Speaker Shap Smith, Senate President Pro Tem John Campbell and key legislative leaders today announced an agreement to avoid raising taxes on Vermonters, and instead focus on spending cuts and efficiencies to achieve a balanced

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Get A Refund on NH Gas Tax

NH residents can get a gas tax refund on gas not used on roads, if you buy gas for chain saws, lawn mowers, snowmobiles, four-wheelers, etc. The gasoline tax is actually a road toll and residents can get a refund

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Beer Tax Fails in House

The Beer Tax bill sponsored by Democrat Representatives, Charles “Chuck” Weed of Keene and, Richard Eaton of Greenville NH beer tax met defeat on Wednesday in a 308-35 vote. The bill called for 10 cents a gallon, which would have

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Senator Ayotte Votes To Stop Tax Increases on Small Business

Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) voted Wednesday to protect small business owners in New Hampshire and nationwide, but the Republican proposal (S.3413) failed 45-54. A Democrat plan to increase taxes on individuals earning over $200,000 and families earning over $250,000 in

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