New Hampshire Taxes

New Hampshire Tax Guide

State sales tax and individual income tax is not applicable in New Hampshire. Following are the category-wise New Hampshire Tax Guide that is applicable there.

New Hampshire Tax Guide for Personal Income Tax

New Hampshire is the state where there is no tax levied on an individual's earned income. The state expects tax of 5% on the income from dividends and interest. The dividends and interest tax is levied on resident individuals, limited liability companies, partnerships, and fiduciaries having nontransferable shares having an income of more than $2,400 per annum from their investments. An exemption of $1,200 is provided to residents who are 65 years or older. Exemption of $1,200 is application on residents who are blind, irrespective of their age. An exemption of $1,200 is provided to disabled people who cannot work and if they are under 65 years of age.

New Hampshire Tax Guide for Sales Taxes

State sales tax is not levied in New Hampshire. Bills of property tax are provided by the municipality where the property is situated which is offered on an annual, semiannual or quarterly basis. The valuation for residential property is conducted on the basis of 100% of the full market value. Local tax rates are altered to reflect the alteration in the property value. The rates of tax that shows this adjustment are called equalized tax rates and reflect the actual market value of property in every municipality.

New Hampshire Tax Guide for Inheritance and Estate Taxes

The state's legacy and succession tax was reversed due to the deaths reported on or after January 1, 2003. New Hampshire's estate tax is similar to the credit for state death taxes taken on the federal estate tax return. New Hampshire estate tax is not needed for deaths that were witnessed on or after January 1, 2005 because of the reversal of the estate death tax credit.

Other New Hampshire Tax facts

New Hampshire taxpayers having discrepancies with the state's tax system can refer the New Hampshire Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Taxpayers of New Hampshire can file online returns at the Department of Revenue's e-file Web page.

Prior Year New Hampshire DP-10 Tax Forms

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Where to Mail FEDERAL IRS Tax Forms Within New Hampshire:

IRS Form If you ARE NOT Enclosing a Payment, Use Tthis Address: If you ARE Enclosing a Payment, Use Tthis Address:
1040: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO  64999-0002
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 37008
Hartford, CT 06176-0008
1040A: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO 64999-0015
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 37008
Hartford, CT 06176-0008
1040EZ: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO 64999-0014
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 37008
Hartford, CT 06176-0008

New Hampshire Tax Help

(603) 271-2191

Hearing Impaired:
1-800-735-2964