‘We never took it away from the rest of the states. It happened here naturally,’ says Secretary of State Bill Gardner of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. He’s shown here with Gov. Chris Sununu after Gardner won his 22nd term in December, a narrow victory over Colin Van Ostern.
New Hampshire Business Review - January-18 2019
Monadnock community takes active approach in cultivating next generation of entrepreneurs
Key focus areas: taxes, minimum wage, workforce
Queen City storeowners ask for solutions to a bigger problem
Business owners need every advantage to help save the most on their taxes. Qualified experts can help entrepreneurs save thousands in deductions, point out advantageous incentives and demystify changes to the tax codes. We reached out to two experts for…
How do you thank your employees for their hard work and dedication?
Three-year project will look at closures by nine small NH hospitals since 2000
They should quickly update the 10-year transportation plan to start a study with federal funds
Starting this year, young people in New Hampshire — and the companies that want to employ them — will have an organization to advocate on their behalf in Concord. Stay Work Play New Hampshire will now engage in nonpartisan, issues-based…
By abandoning the ‘protocol,’ firms are selling their investors short