NH Town Tax Information

Every town in New Hampshire has different tax rates. Your property assessment is used as a basis multiplied by the tax rate to determine your annual taxes.  These numbers change annually. Sometimes it doesn't change your tax bill. There are some towns known for low taxes. An example is Moultonborough which has the highest number of waterfront properties on Lake Winnipesaukee so therefore a very good tax base. Another town is Newington whcih has the tax base of the malls  to support the taxes.

Below is a recent list of tax rates

     
Town Name   2015 Tax Rate
Alexandria   21.00
Alton   14.27
Barnstead   27.15
Belmont   28.27
Bridgewater   9.73
Bristol   20.13
Brookfield   18.98
Center Harbor 14.38
Conway 19.09
Effingham   20.47
Farmington   25.09
Freedom   12.10
Gilford   17.97
Gilmanton   25.94
Hebron   7.96
Holderness   14.18
Laconia   22.20
Madison   16.51
Meredith   15.20
Middleton   28.65
Milton   28.60
Moultonboro   9.01
New Durham 22.15
New Hampton 18.19
Ossipee   18.33
Sanbornton   24.01
Sandwich   13.97
Tamworth   22.71
Tuftonboro   10.39
Wakefield   13.06
Wolfeboro   13.95