Is N.H. ready to change its tax system?
New Hampshire's reliance on property taxes is unfair, and now is the right time to start looking at alternatives, said people who attended an event last week organized by The Granite State Fair Tax Coalition.
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#1 Jun 4, 2009
As said in the article, Property Taxes will not go down regardless to what the polititions claim. We will still be paying the same rate and additional taxes. this will increase the size of state government with more burocracy (sp). This will only hurt NH. ANd before anyone says this "people who rent don't pay taxes" is wrong it is built in as part of their rent.
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