A part of the Gov. Hassan proposed budget for New Hampshire includes the hiring of at least five (5) auditors for the Department of Revenue Administration; the state bureaucracy charged with collecting the money from all aspects of life in New Hampshire and bringing it to Concord.
Somehow in the state of the state speech I missed where this money is going to be collected from, and exactly which area(s) these newly hired auditors will target.
Target is the word here.
Instead of taxation and auditors wouldn’t it be better for New Hampshire to abide by its history and tradition(s) and be a business advance state instead of becoming Vermont.
A starting place on this idea might be the DRED Commissioner nominee.