Statements about Taxes
Says Jeanne Shaheen "got behind the idea of using the IRS to target American citizens for their political views."
Says Jennifer Horn, chairwoman of the N.H. Republican Party, owes $92,000 in back taxes.
Says New Hampshire had the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the country during Maggie Hassan’s time in the state Senate.
Gubernatorial candidate Maggie Hassan supported 33 tax and fee increases as Senate Majority Leader.
Says Charlie Bass supports Paul Ryan plan that forces seniors to pay $6,400 a year more for health care so millionaires can pay less in taxes.
Says Maggie Hassan pays zero property taxes on her $500,000 home.
Frank Guinta voted to make middle class taxpayers pay over a $1,000 more a year in taxes.
Says when Republicans took over the state legislature in 2010, New Hampshire’s tax rate for employers was 50th in the nation, and unemployment had more than doubled under Democrats.
"His new running mate, Congressman Ryan, put forward a plan that would let Governor Romney pay less than 1 percent in taxes each year."
Says New Hampshire has the third-highest property tax in the country.
"We spend in tax loopholes annually $1.1 trillion. That's more than we spend on our defense budget in a year, on Medicare or Medicaid in a year."
"The expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts ... would be the biggest tax increase in the history of the country, about $4.6 trillion over 10 years."
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