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How Does the NH Education Tax Credit Work
Strategic business investment in the education of underprivileged students via New Hampshire’s Education Tax Credit Scholarships increases student achievement, reduces inequalities and ensures a next generation of well-educated employees and leaders. Every child deserves a quality education! That's why it is so important that we invest in education today.
Businesses can receive an 85% NH Education Tax Credit from the State of New Hampshire against business profits tax and/or business enterprise tax, as well as a federal tax deduction, for a total of about a 90% tax savings.
Education Tax Credits are awarded to businesses January through June on a first-come, first-served basis until the cap in credits is reached. Therefore, businesses are encouraged to submit the NH Education Tax Credit Application early in the year and we are happy to assist you. Click here to contact us.
Charles Arlinghaus of the Josiah Bartlett Center in New Hampshire discusses education tax credits, which allow low-income parents to send their children to a new school.
Our contact information is:
Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO)
8 North Main Street, Suite 8
Concord, NH 03301