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Can we do better than 48th?

May 21, 2013

New Hampshire is currently ranked 48th for our business tax rate by the non-partisan Tax Foundation.

Can we do better than 48th out of 50?! Not if the House has anything to say about it.

As you may know, the House passed budget contained several business tax increases that send the wrong message to job creators and undermine our competitiveness with other states, as evidenced by our current ranking of 48th by the Tax Foundation.

I encourage you to contact your State Senator and ask them not to include these business tax increases in the final state budget!

Click here tell your Senator you oppose these business tax increases! You can also Tweet or Share your opposition using the links below.

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It is not the job of state government to make it more difficult to start or run a business in our state. Yet that is exactly what the House is doing by attacking businesses and increasing their taxes.

Every additional dollar that businesses pay to the state in the form of increased taxes is one additional dollar they don’t have to create jobs or expand or grow their business. In addition, businesses located in other states will be less likely to move here if we have a hostile business tax environment.

The House wants to grow state government. We want to grow businesses and better the economy.

If you agree, join our fight and contact your Senator today!

Thank you for all you do to promote economic freedom in New Hampshire.

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