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A New Hampshire CPA or accountant can help you with all of your personal and business accounting needs, large or small, from bookkeeping, QuickBooks help and payroll to tax planning and preparation, profit and loss analysis, and income/expense reporting. They can also advise and assist with new business setup, and explain the filing requirements, fees and tax ramifications of available business entity options. Whether you need help with federal, state or local concerns, a New Hampshire accounting professional can help you make the best decisions for your individual situation and help you make sure you are complying with all requirements.
Notes on New Hampshire Tax & Accounting Regulations:
• When initially starting your business in New Hampshire, filing requirements, fees, registration and licensing requirements will vary depending on the type of business and business entity you are establishing. You may want to consult a New Hampshire accounting professional for advice before setting up your business to make sure you are complying with all applicable rules and regulations.
• In New Hampshire, corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) are required to submit an annual report and pay a filing fee to the Secretary of State each year.
• New Hampshire has a Business Enterprise Tax and a Business Profits Tax, and both taxes may apply to all businesses regardless of entity type. The Business Enterprise Tax is based on the taxable enterprise value (total compensation, interest and dividends) of the enterprise. The Business Profits Tax is calculated from profits.
• Businesses that gross less than $50,000 in a given year are not required to file a return or pay business income taxes. Be sure to confirm your business is exempt from filing with a New Hampshire accountant if you feel you should be exempt.
• New Hampshire does not recognize the form of S Corporations, so they are treated as regular corporations.