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Live Answering Service in New Hampshire

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A little information about New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a great place to live freely, hence their motto, “Live Free or Die.” The state is known for many reasons, including the home of the first presidential primary of the election season, the non-existent sales tax, and the virtually non-existent tax on personal income. This brings in shoppers from all over New England and the United States to take advantage of the lower prices. It also entices entrepreneurs to explore their business ideas without fear of being taxed on their income. The White Mountains also draw in tourists from all over to hike the challenging peaks and to ski on some of the highest terrain on the east coast. With lakes like the grand Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire is home to thousands of vacationers each year. With a “free” attitude, great towns, prestigious universities, such as Dartmouth College, a beautiful and varied landscape, and being a tax lenient state, New Hampshire is sure to satisfy. Important Links: http://www.nh.gov http://www.winnipesaukee.com http://www.dartmouth.edu http://www.appalachiantrail.org