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New Hampshire Revenue Lost to Tax Abatement Programs

Total Revenue Lost$12,383,587

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State-level programs

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YearProgram NameProgram TypeGross Revenue Loss
2017Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)Community development$823,000
2018Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)General Economic Development (OZ)$938,000
2019Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)Community development$938,000
2020Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)Community development$610,000
2021Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)Community development$524,000
2022Economic Revitalization Zone Tax Credit (ERZTC)Community development$782,000
2017Education Tax CreditEducational development$188,000
2018Education Tax CreditEducational development$381,000
2019Education Tax CreditEducational development$381,000
2020Education Tax CreditEducational development$1,009,000
2021Education Tax CreditEducational development$1,372,000
2022Education Tax CreditEducational development$1,909,000

Tabulated localities and districts

Click on the name of jurisdiction for a list of tax abatement programs that reduced its tax revenue.

Data includes abatement information for the five most populous cities, counties, and school districts in each state (where available). If no data is shown for these top five jurisdictions, it is because they did not disclose GASB 77 tax abatement information in the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR), the amount reported was $0, or the ACFR has not been published yet. Some states include data for additional years and jurisdictions.

Reporting JurisdictionJurisdiction TypeGross Revenue Loss
City of ManchesterMunicipality$1,542,947
City of NashuaMunicipality$985,640