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Tax Relief in New Hampshire

When considering various dimensions of tax collection, New Hampshire's statistics vary widely. On the one hand, New Hampshire collects a flat rate of 5% on personal income, but restricts that collection to dividend and interest income only. This results in an average state income tax collection of only $63 per person, ranking the state 8th lowest in the nation.

On the other hand, New Hampshire residents pay an average of $2,518 per person in property taxes each year, the third-highest amount in the United States. These high property taxes can leave people wondering how to meet their tax obligation while still paying for more immediate, urgent needs. Keeping the utilities turned on, putting food on the table, and sending in the monthly rent or mortgage check usually takes priority to setting aside money for a once- or twice-a-year property tax payment.

With respect to federal income taxes, New Hampshire sees a state average of $11,338 per person, just $408 less than the national average. This is in contrast to New Hampshire having the highest median household income level in America, with an average of $71,322. However, state residents have felt the economic downturn that has impacted the rest of the country, as that median household income represents a 6.1% decline in recent years.

For those New Hampshire residents for whom tax debt poses a challenge, tax relief is a strategy that is gaining popularity as a means of managing financial struggles. As individuals find themselves facing significant amounts of money owed to federal and state tax authorities, tax relief companies can provide an alternative to that stress and can even help significantly reduce residents' overall tax burdens. Experts in tax relief can help clients navigate the available options, including establishment of payment plans with the IRS, tax levy investigation, and amending prior years' tax returns.

 

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Tax Relief In The News

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Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 14:13:00 GMT



Low-income Detroiters can apply for tax relief, foreclosure prevention

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Published:  Tue, 10 Jul 2018 18:54:00 GMT



Ford government pledges tax relief in throne speech

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Published:  Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:56:00 GMT



Tax relief for severe storms and flooding victims

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Published:  Tue, 10 Jul 2018 00:09:00 GMT



Vaughn Palmer: Public payroll tax relief tilts James' promise for level playing field

VICTORIA - After weeks of speculation, Finance Minister Carole James this week announced relief from the new payroll tax for public service providers like schools and hospitals as well as many chariti...

Published:  Fri, 06 Jul 2018 18:07:00 GMT



Slick city villa in Dublin 1 with a tax break built in

The LCI was introduced three years ago as a tax break for owner occupiers in certain parts of the inner city (it also applies to buildings in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny). The relie...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 02:16:00 GMT



Residents ask APS to lower property tax rate more than 1-mill proposal

The call for greater tax relief came during a public hearing Monday morning, the first of three such sessions the Atlanta Board of Education is required to hold before it sets a millage rate, currentl...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 11:07:00 GMT




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