Tag Archives | Taxes

Senator Kelly Ayotte Twists The Facts About Immigrants & Taxes With Unemployment Insurance Amendment

This week, as the Senate decides whether to extend unemployment benefits, some Senators are looking for “offsets.”  Unfortunately, a fallback for some members of Congress has become targeting programs for immigrants, without regard to the true fiscal or social impact. One recurring target has been the Addtional Child Tax Credit for immigrant taxpayers. An amendment […]

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Is The Congressional Budget Committee Really Out To Destroy The Post Office?

Some on the Congressional Budget Committee seem to be misguided on what their task is by seriously considering a proposal to eliminate Saturday mail delivery. The Postal Service has reported an operating profit of $600 Million for Fiscal Year 2013. Its first profit since 2008. Parcel revenue soared to an all time record high of […]

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NH House vote: Free State Project vs. Occupy

Today the New Hampshire House rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have required a super-majority vote by both chambers of the legislature to raise taxes or fees. CACR 1 was defeated by a 149-206 vote. The only Democrat voting in favor of the amendment was Free Stater Rep. Tim O’Flaherty. Rep. Tim Smith, a Manchester Democrat who identifies with the […]

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Attitude w/ Arnie WNHN 94.7 (Fri. 7/20) 11-1pm-organic farmers; Mitt’s 2009 tax return (amnesty?)

THE ATTITUDE with Arnie Arnesen     11am – 1pm Monday – Friday re-airs 7pm-9pm              The Friday Edition (7/20/12) WNHN 94.7 FM Concord NH streaming live at: nhnewsviewsblues.org            (RSS feeds & podcasts of all shows are available) 11am:The morning puree….Hyper Local NewsTony Schnilla, Concord editor Patch.com (NH) 11:30am: Organic Farmers come together […]

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Who Needs Money? Not New Hampshire -

at least, not according to the House and Senate. The General Court has passed a bill, HB 1418, that exempts Internet service from the state’s Communication Services Tax.  It now goes to the Governor. The bill blows an eight-figure hole in the General Fund. Our legislators passed this bill without a Fiscal Note costing out […]

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