New Hampshire is one of the few states that does not have a general sales tax. It is one of the many “New Hampshire Advantages” you will see when you live in this beautiful area of the country. Collecting sales tax on internet sales has been a major issue for years. And the insistence of collecting that sales tax only … Read the rest
Archives for September 2021
Land Use Appeals – What are They and How to Begin the Appeal Process
The state of New Hampshire still has lots of open green spaces, which means there is still quite a bit of land available for use. While these open spaces are beautiful, a few people would love to construct different buildings on them. Then there are others who want to expand on the land they already own. During all of these … Read the rest
State and Local Taxes in New Hampshire
State and local taxes (or SALT) are taxes charged in addition to any federal taxes. Many states and localities charge these taxes. Most states choose to use income and sales tax, as well as property and real estate taxes for their state and local taxes. However, in the state of New Hampshire, property and real estate taxes cover the local … Read the rest
Registration of Condos in New Hampshire
In the state of New Hampshire, certain condos must be registered, while others do not. We understand that rules like this can be a little confusing, so we wanted to share a few details with you to help you out.
Any residential condo buildings that are comprised of more than ten units must be registered with the Consumer … Read the rest
Creating a Private Road Maintenance Agreement? Reasons Why Forming an Association is Your Best Option
New Hampshire has a new law on the books, and it states that most private roads must have a maintenance agreement. We understand why having an agreement is important. However, an agreement can still create problems. Therefore, we recommend creating an association to ensure there is an extra layer of protection for every person involved.
When you create an association, … Read the rest