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Moving a Business to New Hampshire
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Presently living in Vt. but planning to reside in N.H. if all goes as planned--will be re-opening at least one bank foreclosed retail store ( mom and pop grocery/country store)--have done this all my life but not in N.H.-- Two questions #1---Has the capital gains tax been settled. What is it or where can I read it #2--- Here in Vt. we have VEDA who will loan improvement monies to various projects especially if it provides jobs. Is there an equivalent in N.H.??
 

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New Hampshire does not have a capital gains tax. For a comprehensive resource on the state’s taxes, you can visit the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration.

New Hampshire has a statewide economic development agency. The New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development is an entity within the state government. Its NH Business Resource Center offers a robust service to businesses seeking to relocate to or expand in New Hampshire. It includes a number of financial incentives, and information on starting a business in New Hampshire.

“Regional economic development organizations in New Hampshire have revolving loan funds. Each office decides on the merits of the loan request and amount. Most loans are related to real estate, not operating expenses,” said Michael Bergeron, NH Division of Economic Development Business Development Manager.

Michael can be reached at 603-271-2591 for additional information and contacts.
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