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RYP Attorneys Explain Impact of Massachusetts Tax Law Changes on NH Business
RYP Attorneys Explain Impact of Massachusetts Tax Law Changes on NH Business

October 9, 2013

Please join the RYP Tax Group as they co-sponsor a special breakfast seminar for the New Hampshire High Tech Council on Wednesday, October 9th from 8:00 to 9:15 at the University of New Hampshire Manchester Campus.

Bill Ardinger, Chris Sullivan and Kathryn Michaelis will address the new tax legislation enacted by Massachusetts that will impact many technology and service firms in New Hampshire and across the country beginning January 1, 2014.  The new law, known as “market-based sourcing,” will affect thousands of New Hampshire businesses that provide services to Massachusetts customers.  The types of businesses potentially affected including those providing financial services, accounting, architectural, law, software and technology, construction and engineering, and other consulting services.  The group will also address the controversial enactment and repeal of the Massachusetts “Tech Tax” on computer software services.

The breakfast seminar will take place at the Pandora Building on the UNH Manchester Campus.  The seminar is free for Council members and $10 for non-members.  For more information and to register, please go onto nhht.org.

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