A bipartisan group of lawmakers are reviving a bill voted down last summer during a special session, as the state continues to search for a way to respond to the Wayfair Supreme Court ruling. The decision, which cleared the way for states to Continue reading New Hampshire – Despite Last Year’s Failure, Bipartisan Internet Sales Tax Bill Reintroduced
New Hampshire has created a single website that is intended to act as a central hub of information regarding developments in the Wayfair decision. The website provides details regarding the Wayfair decision and FAQs.
NASHUA – California and Massachusetts are just two of the 46 states for which some New Hampshire businesses will have to collect sales taxes after a summer U.S. Supreme Court ruling. U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, both D-N.H., Continue reading New Hampshire – Officials Continue Fighting Internet Sales Tax
After failing to pass a bill in response to the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision during a special session this summer, Governor Sununu’s office says the legislature should be ready to try again. The GOP-controlled House rejected a bill backed by Sununu that would have Continue reading New Hampshire – State Looks To Take ‘Aggressive’ Position Following SCOTUS Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling
New Hampshire Technical Information Release TIR 2018-003 advises taxpayers and tax practitioners of the annual underpayment and overpayment interest rates for calendar year 2019. To View The TIR: TIR 2018-003
CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire has set up a website for information about developments following a U.S. Supreme Court decision on collecting sales taxes from online shopping. The ruling that states can require online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases Continue reading New Hampshire – Website To Provide Info On Online Sales Tax Fight
It took mere minutes last month for the House to strike down a long-anticipated proposal by Gov. Chris Sununu to protect New Hampshire businesses from online sales taxes. Weeks later, the Legislature is still struggling to come up with a Continue reading New Hampshire – Capital Beat: Wanted: A Plan B For Online Sales Tax Legislation
“Hoell said he still believes there is urgency for the state to act and set up real barriers to states collecting sales taxes. “The proper approach was to create legislation that doesn’t have a process for compliance like the task Continue reading New Hampshire – NH’s road uncertain when it comes to internet sales tax