what sets new
New Hampshire leaders have a history of fighting taxes and controlling state government spending. These longtime efforts are evidenced in New Hampshire’s tax policy, resulting in one of the lowest tax burdens in the nation.
- No broad-base personal income tax
- No personal property or machinery tax
- No sales or use taxes
- No inventory tax
- No capital gains tax
- No professional service tax
- No customs or software tax
- No Internet tax
Businesses moving to New Hampshire enjoy these low taxes in lieu of subsidies, exemptions or other cash allowances that often end of being borne by in-state businesses.
In addition to being a low-tax state, New Hampshire provides access to a skilled workforce, with a positive net-immigration of domestic workers, most having a Bachelor of Arts degree or higher. New Hampshire also boasts a unique quality of life.
- Excellent school systems around the state
- Quality healthcare
- Historic sites and cultural activities
- Highway access across the state
- Accessible airports
- Lower cost of living than surrounding states