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Policy Conference 2018

New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute 5th Annual Conference

 

Building a Strong Foundation for a Prosperous Economy

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Friday, February 23, 2018

8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

 

Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

 

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute’s 5th annual conference, “Building a Strong Foundation for a Prosperous Economy,” will be held Friday, February 23, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.

Conference speakers and panel participants will examine key policy concerns related to health and education, which together contribute to New Hampshire’s human capital, and housing and transportation, the physical capital essential to residents and businesses.

Presenters will discuss the connections between these policy areas and address the impacts federal and state policy decisions make on New Hampshire’s ability to meet current and future needs and sustain a prosperous economy that benefits all Granite Staters.

Join New Hampshire business, nonprofit, and community leaders, policymakers and policy experts, and other concerned citizens for this important conversation on how best to build a strong foundation that enables children and families to thrive.

Registration fees are $45 through January 31 and $60 starting February 1. Breakfast will be provided.

 

Preregistration is required by February 16.

 

 

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Early Interest and Dividends Tax Payments Boost Surplus

5 Jan 2018

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December revenues closed out the first half of State fiscal year 2018 with a sizable increase in the surplus, but the boost’s source suggests the result might be lower receipts in the next half of the year. Revenue sources for the General and Education Trust Funds collected $7.7 million (3.3 percent) more than planned in December, which was $14.4 million (6.4 percent) more than last December and resulted in a total unrestricted revenue surplus of $18.7 million (2.0 percent) above plan for the year. However, $7.3 million of the $7.7 million surplus from December came from a single source: the Interest and Dividends Tax.