Operating loss write-off reform clears House

Feingold, Jeff
March 2002
New Hampshire Business Review;3/22/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p9A
Deals with the skepticism of New Hampshire legislators on a bill that would allow businesses to write off their losses against the business profits tax over a longer period of time as of March 2002. Issues pointed out by proponents of the bill; Repercussions of eliminating the operating cap of business losses; Economic implications of the bill for New Hampshire.


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