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New Hampshire Legislators have blood on their hands with another new jobs killing tax (and I thought the LLC tax would hurt)

This is it. The New Hampshire Legislature is finally telling the country that we are closed for business. At least small businesses. The excuse of “closing the loophole” on taxation or equalizing the playing field has just become a farce. There is a new smoking gun facing small business owners and it is in the […]

New Hampshire Legislators Playing Whack a Mole with Small Business and Jobs

New Hampshire Legislators Playing Whack a Mole with Small Business and Jobs

This is it. The New Hampshire Legislature is finally telling the country that we are closed for business. At least small businesses. The excuse of “closing the loophole” on taxation or equalizing the playing field has just become a farce. There is a new hammer over the head small business owners and it is in […]

New Income Tax On Small Business Owners Will Cripple New Hampshire’s Recovery

With over 55,000 people unemployed and hundreds of thousands underemployed, the current leaders of our State are trying to institute a new, Personal Income Tax on 30,000 small business owners in New Hampshire. At a time when even the ultra spending President Obama is suggesting creating small business incentives to spur job growth, our current […]

Uncontrollable Taxation Arrives in NH

So here we sit at 11:30pm on a Thursday night at the State House, and history is being made. Unfortunately it’s not the kind of history that makes New Hampshire proud or its residents happy. Tonight the Democratic controlled State Senate passed our first locally imposed Sales tax, targeted solely against restaurants and lodging operations […]

Economic Expansion

We are all aware of the economic challenges facing our Communities, our State and our Nation. Today, our State Legislators are focusing on increasing most taxes and fees in an effort to sustain, or in fact increase our current level of government spending. Increasing our State Budget by over $1 Billion dollars, which is being […]

Op Ed October 2008

In response to the Concord Monitor Editorial yesterday, concerning our upcoming budget challenges, I’d like to submit my thoughts as a Candidate running for New Hampshire Senate in District 7. Overall, I agree with the Monitor. We are headed towards a very difficult time in our state’s financial picture. Fixing this difficult issue is not […]

Who’s the True Conservative Candidate?

Today, our country faces an uncertain economy, rocked by scandals and busts, and we in New Hampshire are not untouched. Some of us live with unemployment, heavy mortgages, and skyrocketing energy prices. And those who work hard for ourselves find fewer dollars in our pocket, as taxes and fees keep rising. But as much as […]

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