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New Hampshire’s “Crumbs” – Federal Tax Reform Produces “Abnormal Rise” in Business Tax Revenue

by Steve MacDonald May 12, 2018

This week the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) issued some analysis on the “abnormal rise” in New Hampshire Business tax revenue. Their conclusion? It is likely due to Federal Tax Reform. As of the end of April, the BPT and BET together are about $90.8 million (16.9 percent) above plan for the year, and […]

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How Will NH Democrats React to this News: November Revenue Doubles State Surplus

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2017

I’m curious how the Democrat Drama Queens (and I mean that with the utmost respect) will take the latest fiscal news for the Great State of New Hampshire? Revenues from November have doubled the state’s surplus, according to the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI). That means those awful, horrible, anti-(insert random noun) Republican business tax […]

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What ‘Bottom’ Is Senator Jeff Woodburn Suggesting We “Pinch.”

by Steve MacDonald May 27, 2015
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The New Hampshire State Senate has proposed language to lower the Business Enterprise Tax and the Business profits Tax beginning in 2017.  The proposed change would reduce the BPT by 0.4% and the BET by 0.075% (in total) by the end of 2019, but can we even call this “flirting” with tax reform? Don’t get […]

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New Hampshire’s Democrat Racists Drive the Black Candidate out of the Race in NH

by Steve MacDonald July 12, 2012

I didn’t want to forget to cover this.  Joanne Dowdell had to suspend her campaign.  Joanne was running in the Democrat Primary against Carol SEIU-porter (Shea-Porter).  Joanne seemed like a lovey woman (for a Marxist), who appeared to have the exact same political positions as SEIU-Porter (Also a Marxist).  So she could have just as […]

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Screw The “Most Vulnerable?”

by Steve MacDonald May 17, 2012

This morning’s Union Leader reported the passage of a bill in the New Hampshire House that would ban any tax on internet access.  They also reported that it included $1.7 million in funding for the reduction of the developmentally disabled services wait list.  The vote margin was 245-80, with the majority of dissenters on the […]

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