Date: 
Feb 17, 2016

As the “Live Free or Die” state, New Hampshire has long prided itself on its low tax burden. But how do taxes in New Hampshire  measure up to those in other states? The Tax Foundation recently ranked the states based on the average share of income residents paid in state and local taxes. New Hampshire came in a respectable 44th, with residents paying an average of 7.9% in taxes.

Date: 
Dec 31, 2014

In 2014 these LFDA issue pages had the most visits from New Hampshire:

Date: 
Sep 28, 2015

Rep. Paul Henle (D-Concord) has requested a 2016 bill to eliminate the statewide property tax, cut business taxes, and introduce an income tax.

Date: 
Dec 24, 2016

There is almost no chance of an income tax passing the New Hampshire Legislature this year, but Rep. Paul Henle still thinks representatives should debate the issue.

elderly property tax exemption
Date: 
Jun 04, 2017

In Manchester, there is a debate regarding the city's tax exemption for the elderly.

The exemption lets elderly people in three age brackets over the age of 64 to deduct up to $195,500 from the total assessed value of their home, if they meet qualifications based on annual income, value of their asserts, and how long they've lived in New Hampshire.

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