Long-Term Services and Supports in New Hampshire: A Review of the State’s Medicaid Funding for Older Adults and Adults with Physical Disabilities

Older adults and adults with physical disabilities, including those who have trouble performing day-to-day tasks, may require long-term services and supports, which can be provided through professional health and personal care providers. For adults who are financially eligible, Medicaid can cover the cost for long-term supports and services. In New Hampshire, these services are provided ...

The American Rescue Plan Act and New Hampshire: Recent and Updated Resources

The federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which was signed into law on March 11, 2021, was designed to provide direct support to individuals and families, as well as state and local governments, to address the pandemic’s health and economic impacts. NHFPI has been tracking the impacts of ARPA on the New Hampshire economy and ...

COVID-19 Resource Page

The impacts of the COVID-19 crisis will affect New Hampshire residents in many ways, from both the immediate health and financial impacts to long-term economic consequences. NHFPI will continue to publish resources examining issues related to the COVID-19 crisis, including health policy, economic security supports for Granite Staters, economic trends, state revenues, the effects of ...

Revenue in Review: An Overview of New Hampshire’s Tax System and Major Revenue Sources

New Hampshire’s revenue system is relatively unique in the United States, as it lacks broad-based income and sales taxes and instead relies on a diversity of more narrowly-based taxes, fees, and other revenue sources to fund public services. This system presents both advantages and disadvantages to stable, adequate, and sustainable revenue generation. The New Hampshire ...

Building the Budget: New Hampshire’s State Budget Process and Recent Funding Trends

Building the New Hampshire State Budget is a long process, beginning when the State government is not even halfway through the duration of the previous State Budget and usually ending in that previous budget’s final days, approximately a year later. The process includes five major phases, challenging jargon, unwritten norms, multiple revenue estimates, and several ...