Our hourly payroll calculator software was developed by a team of skilled programmers, ensuring excellence and accuracy for all calculations. Tax information is delivered in real-time via a secure API connection with our consistently updated tax database, so you can be sure your deductions are correct every time. Count on our payroll calculator to provide ease of use, along with fast and accurate data output, saving you time and money!
Here are three of the most frequently-asked-questions about our hourly payroll calculator and New Hempshire income taxes:
- Does New Hampshire have a state income tax?
No, New Hampshire residents only pay taxes on dividends and interest.
- What are the tax rates for dividends and investments in New Hampshire?
The tax rate on dividends and investments are 2% and 5% respectively.
- Does New Hampshire have provisions for termination pay?
Yes. If a company fires an employee, they must be paid within 72 hours. Employees who are laid off must be paid on the next regular payday. If the employee leaves their job voluntarily, they must be paid on the next normal payday.