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FAQ: New Hampshire Business Enterprise Tax (BET) A 0.75 percent tax is assessed on the enterprise value tax base. This base is the sum of all compensation paid or accrued PLUS interest paid or accrued PLUS dividends paid by the business enterprise (before special adjustments and apportionment).
FAQ: New Hampshire Business Profits Tax (BPT) An 8.5 percent tax assessed on income from conducting business activity within the state of New Hampshire.
FAQ: New Hampshire Communications Services Tax (CST) There is a 7 percent tax on all two-way communications services paid by the consumer and collected by two-way communication providers.
FAQ: New Hampshire Estate and Legacy Taxes The Legacy and Succession Tax (RSA 86) was repealed, effective for deaths occurring on or after January 1, 2003. Also, for deaths occurring on or after January 1, 2005, a NH-706 Estate Tax Return is not required, due to the federal repeal of the estate death tax credit.
FAQ: New Hampshire General Questions Visit the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration "Contact Us" web page for information about business hours, telephone numbers, mailing address, and map & driving directions
FAQ: New Hampshire Hearings Bureau The Hearings Bureau is an agency, within the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration, which provides a forum for appeals by taxpayers dissatisfied with a decision of the Commissioner for the Department.
FAQ: New Hampshire Interest and Dividends Tax (I&D) All New Hampshire residents and fiduciaries whose gross interest and dividends income, from all sources, exceeds $2,400 annually pay a 5% tax on interest and dividends income.
FAQ: New Hampshire Meals and Rooms (Rentals) Tax A 9 percent tax (effective 7/1/2009) is assessed on rooms, meals and motor vehicle rentals.
FAQ: New Hampshire Municipal Services Establishes tax rates, provides technical assistance and trains municipal officials on property assessment.
FAQ: New Hampshire Property Appraisal Except with respect to open space land appraised pursuant to RSA 79-A:5 (Current Use) and residence appraised pursuant to RSA 75:11 (in commercial zone), the selectmen shall appraise all taxable property at its full and true value.

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