Reducing Penalties for Late Taxes (HB 457)

HB 457 is a bill that would reduce the interest rate on delinquent property tax payments. It will be heard on Thursday 2/17/11 at 2:40 PM at LOB room 301 by the House Committee on Municipal and County Government to whom you should direct your...

Roll Back Taxes and Fees (HB 645)

HB 645 is an act eliminating various taxes and fees and tax and fee increases enacted in fiscal years 2007 through 2010. What a shame this does not include the tax on interest and dividends as imposed in 1999, bascially an income tax that hits hardest those living on...

Take the Blue Pill, Again?

by Steve MacDonald The Democrats latest rallying cry is that we can’t cut the state budget if it means downshifting costs on the towns. But they didn’t seem to care too much about all the downshifting when they were doing it. But that is what you get when...

Constitutional Amendment to Limit Taxes (CACR 13)

CACR 13 is a constitutional amendment concurrent resolution which prohibits any new tax on personal income. The House Ways and Means Committee will hold a public hearing on CACR 13 on 02/08/2011 at 03:00 PM in LOB room 202. Please contact the Committee to express your...

‘Fair Tax Coalition’ is Fueling Resentments to Push New Taxes

An excellent commentary on the push for sales and income taxes for NH by the Granite State Fair Tax Coalition [ which is neither local, NH-funded, nor fair ] appeared in the Telegraph. The writer remarked: Last Sunday, a guest commentary claimed New Hampshire’s...

Kuster Lies About Income Tax

by Ed Naile Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Annie Kuster Doesn’t Have Any COURAGE After All. Charlie Bass laid a spanking on progressive congressional wanna-be Annie Kuster in a debate last night with the time honored question: Do you support an income tax for New Hampshire? And...