Our hourly paycheck calculator software is engineer tested for accuracy each time you use it. It also uses a constantly updated tax engine/database to ensure proper tax withholding and make the calculator even easier to use. All in all, you can count on our paycheck calculators to eliminate the stress and lost time that used to accompany your payroll process.
Here are three of the most frequently-asked-questions about our hourly paycheck calculator and New Hampshire income taxes:
- Does New Hampshire impose a state income tax on residents’ work earnings?
No. There is no state income tax on work earnings in New Hampshire. However, New Hampshire does levy a state income tax on dividends and interest.
- How does New Hampshire tax income from dividends and investments?
New Hampshire residents pay a flat rate of 2% on dividends and 5% on interest earned.
- Does New Hampshire have tax reciprocity agreements with any neighboring states?
No. Out of state residents who work in New Hampshire will have to file multiple state tax returns.