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Property tax is biggest burden for NH businesses


Every single one of them have cut taxes further, deeper or bigger, than New Hampshire has. So even though we’re looking ... from both business taxes as well as the rooms and meals and real estate transfer taxes, which he described as the state’s ...


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But Democratic lawmakers have opposed reducing taxes from the outset“We’re going to lose 10 percent of our revenue,” said RepSusan Almy of Lebanon, a veteran of the House Ways and Means Committee“That’s the bottom lineThe money doesn’t come back to the government.” Noting that the projected shortfall in FY 2019 would equal the annual appropriation to the university system, she said revenues would not keep pace with the rising costs of other departments and agencies, especially the Department of

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