RYP Tax Alert – 2019 New Hampshire Tax Legislation In Review
RYP Tax Alert – 2019 New Hampshire Tax Legislation In Review


The 2019 legislative session promised to present substantive discussions about tax policy in the Granite State.  Included within those discussions were proposals to:  change the manner in which service receipts are taxed under the Business Profits Tax; differently weight the apportionment factor for Business Profits Tax; respond to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision impacting sales and use taxes on in-state businesses who sell products to other states; and suspending or rescinding scheduled tax rate decreases.  Chris Sullivan and Kathryn Michaelis of RYP’s Tax Practice Group, both based in Concord, New Hampshire, provide a brief highlight of the key legislative changes enacted in 2019 as they affect both in-state and multistate businesses.

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