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September 11, 2018 News

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) seeks an Executive Director with the experience, leadership, and foresight to shape public policy debates in New Hampshire.

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NHFPI Announces 2018 Summer Intern Julia Vieira of UNH Carsey School of Public Policy

June 21, 2018 News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 21, 2018   NHFPI Announces 2018 Summer Intern Julia Vieira of UNH Carsey School of Public Policy   The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) announces the organization’s 2018 summer internship program will host Julia Hayes Vieira of Newmarket, New Hampshire. Julia is currently enrolled in …

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Building a Strong Foundation for a Prosperous Economy Conference Highlights Health Care, Education, Housing, Transportation, and More

February 26, 2018 News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 23, 2018    Building a Strong Foundation for a Prosperous Economy Conference Highlights Health Care, Education, Housing, Transportation, and More   CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute’s Fifth Annual Conference, “Building a Strong Foundation for a Prosperous Economy,” was held Friday, February 23, …

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Report Shows Higher Effective Tax Rates for Residents with Low Incomes

18 Oct 2018

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Most New Hampshire residents with lower incomes pay a higher percentage of the money they earn in state and local taxes than residents with higher incomes do. In a new report released yesterday, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy conducted evaluations of state and local government tax systems in each of the 50 states and modeled their impacts on non-elderly residents. The report concludes that 45 states have tax systems that ask a greater percentage of the incomes of those with low earnings than those with the highest incomes.