Concord, NH – In a recent Senate Ways and Means Committee work session, Committee members reaffirmed the Senate’s support for HB 550 as amended by the Senate and passed last week.
“I am thankful for the Senate Ways and Means Committee’s support on this important legislation to reduce a restrictive tax on small businesses looking to grow and expand in the State of New Hampshire,” said Senate Ways and Means Chair David Boutin (R-Hooksett).
“Throughout multiple work sessions and conversations with key stakeholders, we were able to make improvements that will keep jobs in the state of New Hampshire, support new jobs, and welcome new businesses into the state. “
“I appreciate all of the hard work that went into this legislation on behalf of supporting good New Hampshire jobs and look forward to further discussion as the legislation moves forward in Committee of Conference,” added Boutin.