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NY Tax- email from dish

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#26 OFFLINE   satcrazy



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Posted 03 April 2013 - 06:44 PM

Just don't ask what their property taxes are like. Most of the people I know who work in New Hampshire live in Massachusetts. Here's a relatively comprehensive list of the taxes they do have:

  • Interest & Dividends Tax
  • Gambling Winnings Tax
  • Inheritance and Estate Tax
  • Business Profits Tax
  • Business Enterprise Tax
  • Communication Services Tax
  • Electricity Consumption Tax
  • Meals and Rentals Tax
  • Tobacco Tax
  • Real Estate Transfer Tax
  • Timber Tax
  • Gravel Tax
  • State Education Property Tax
  • Utility Property Tax
  • Local Property Tax

Oregon is similar but we have an Income Tax and we get credits for timber.

PA has all that and more... Not sure about the "timber tax" but the state is selling off sections of national forrest park timber for profit, so I'm thinking that's worse than a tax anyway.
We too have state-owned liquor stores but our govenor is in the process of trying to privatize [ read- sell off] these stores, so that revenue is up for state grabs [ gone]

This is a red state.
[with the crappiest roads on the East coast]
I know it's a bit off topic, but people are taxed out. Glad to see NH is not in the majority.

Edited by satcrazy, 03 April 2013 - 06:55 PM.

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