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NHFPI 2019 Annual Conference

New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute Sixth Annual Conference

 

Investments to Sustain a Vibrant Economy 

 

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Friday, February 22, 2019

8:00 am – 12:30 pm

Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

 

NHFPI’s Sixth Annual Conference will examine the state economy and highlight key areas within the state budget where investments can enhance the health and well-being of New Hampshire residents.

Join New Hampshire business, nonprofit, and community leaders, policymakers and policy experts, and engaged residents as we explore current needs, future goals, and policy solutions that will help to sustain a vibrant economy that benefits all Granite Staters.

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS:

Keynote Address:

Dr. Jeffrey P. Thompson
Director, New England Public Policy Center
Senior Economist and Policy Advisor
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

 

Panel Discussion:

Jeffrey Meyers
Commissioner
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services

Dr. Kristin Smith
Family Demographer
University of New Hampshire
Carsey School of Public Policy

Dr. Ross Gittell
Chancellor
Community College System of New Hampshire

Dean Christon
Executive Director & CEO
New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority

Moderator:

Jo Porter
Director
Institute for Health Policy and Practice
University of New Hampshire   

 

 

REGISTRATION FEES:

Early registration fee through January 31:

$45

Registration fee February 1 to 15:

$60 

 

Breakfast will be provided.

Preregistration is required by February 15.

 

NH LEGISLATORS:

A limited supply of scholarships for complimentary conference registrations are available for current members of the New Hampshire Legislature. Please email info@nhfpi.org or call 603-856-8337, ext. 1, for details.

 

 

 

 

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Federal Tax Law Effects Still Uncertain as NH Business Tax Rates Drop

4 Jan 2019

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New Hampshire’s two primary business tax rates dropped for most businesses starting at the beginning of this calendar year, and state business tax revenues generated by the effects of the federal tax overhaul may be limited going forward, putting the state’s largest tax revenue stream at risk.