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New Hampshire does not tax individuals earned income, so you are not required to file an individual New Hampshire tax return.
New Hampshire does not tax individuals earned income, so you are not required to file an individual New Hampshire tax return.
New Hampshire uses Form DP-10 for full or part-year residents. The DP-10 only has to be filed if the taxpayer received more than $2400 (single) or $4800 (joint) of interest and/or dividends.
Unlike the large majority of other states, New Hampshire does not have a personal income tax. Therefore, if you have a small business with employees who work in New Hampshire, you wont need to withhold state income tax on their wages. However, you will still need to withhold federal income tax for those employees.
To request forms, please email forms@dra.nh.gov or call the Forms Line at (603) 230-5001. If you have a substantive question or need assistance completing a form, please contact Taxpayer Services at (603) 230-5920.
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All business organizations, including single member Limited Liability Companies (SMLLC), taxed as a proprietorship federally must file a NH-1040 Business Profits Tax (BPT) return provided they have conducted business activity in New Hampshire and their gross business income from everywhere is in excess of $50,000.
We accept forms that are consistent with the official printed versions and do not have an adverse impact on our processing. This policy includes forms printed from IRS.gov and output on high-quality devices such as laser or ink-jet printers, unless otherwise specified on the form itself.
New Hampshire does not tax individuals earned income, so you are not required to file an individual New Hampshire tax return. The state only taxes interest and dividends at 5% on residents and fiduciaries whose gross interest and dividends income, from all sources, exceeds $2,400 annually ($4,800 for joint filers).
A W-2 tax form shows important information about the income youve earned from your employer, amount of taxes withheld from your paycheck, benefits provided and other information for the year. You use this form to file your federal and state taxes.
INDIVIDUALS: Individuals who are residents or inhabitants of New Hampshire for any part of the tax year must file if they received more than $2,400 of gross interest and/or dividend income for a single individual or $4,800 of such income for a married couple filing a joint New Hampshire return.

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