New Hampshire pandemic response needs to hold line on spending, taxpayers’ advocate says
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With the COVID-19 pandemic causing a steep economic downturn, many New Hampshire homeowners may find it difficult to pay their property taxes later this year.
But with the situation still unfolding, a tax holiday is not the solution, Ray Chadwick, chairman of the advocacy group Granite State Taxpayers, told The Center Square.
“It should be handled on a case by case basis,” Chadwick said. “It doesn’t make sense to come up with a tax holiday – that will move the problem from a subset of taxpayers to everybody, and I just don’t think we’re quite at a point where that should be happening.”