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State New Hampshire
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Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 7-30 days
Finance rates 36% annual interest
Finance charges $1.38
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 36%

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Manchester

379 South Main Street, Laconia, NH 03246

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Laconia

245 Maple, Manchester, NH 03103

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Manchester

483 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063

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Nashua

599 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, NH 03801

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Portsmouth

55 Crystal Avenue No. 3, Derry, NH 03038

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Derry

110 Tri City Plaza, Somersworth, NH 03878

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Somersworth

79 South Main, Concord, NH 03301

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  • He came in 2nd! But then someone had to go and pull out the da*mn rule book and quote Rule # 1377A! Grrr! Apparently ... dead people CAN cash Social Security checks ... but they CANNOT run for office. Then they gave him a darn election violation. Pffft! Bunch of Rule Following bas*tards! So the Yamsters are also in charge of the New Hampshire Primary now?? Who knew?? *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
  • I thought that James Brown was dead! At least the one I knew of.
  • The singer or the sports broadcaster,
  • Geez, I didn't know he was running! lol Pretty hard from where he's at. (pardon ending a sentence with a preposition.)
  • He felt good once. He's dead last now.
  • He came in dead last. Sorry.
  • vote for farakahn
  • No, the prize has to be claimed in the state where the ticket was purchased. It may seem like it's a huge lottery that's across multiple states but legally each state is printing it's own lottery tickets under it's own jurisdiction, the PowerBall lottery is an agreement between the States to transfer funds to the State where the major winners are. Technically the Powerball is a different lottery in each State, they just happen to share the same draw and have agreements for funds to be transferred under certain circumstances between the State lottery commissions.
  • Why would you think that cashing in New Hampshire would avoid taxes? If you went to New Hampshire for the entire summer, bought a ticket there, cashed it there... did everything there... you'd still have to pay taxes.
  • If "recording fees" are taxed according to the compensation given for real estate purchase ($15/thousand), and there was no cash involved, can the parties avoid the fees by simply not recording the deed (thus not having to buy the tax stamps)? If there is no deed, will the tax people come looking for the declaration of consideration?
  • If the parties don't record a new deed, then legally the previous owners are still the legal owners and would be responsible for property taxes. It's in the new owners best interest to register a new deed showing them as the new owners.
  • if you don't record the deed, then there is no record of you owning the property first off. Secondly, whoever has the deed in their name at this time will continue to receive the property tax bill. (a completely different thing from the transfer tax) I am assuming that you all did a "love and affection" deed (like passing from parents to child) ..it usually says in the beginning.. "That for an in consideration of the sum of one dollar and other good and valuable consideration and for the love and affection of the party of the first part for the party of the second part (their son, daughter, etc); " down at the bottom of the deed there should be a "fair cash value" statement. The selling party is responsible for setting a value on the property, so that taxes can be accessed. This is also what the recording body of your county will use to determine the amount of transfer tax. Transfer tax rates in NH are 75 cents per 100 dollars accessed.......this equals 7.50 for every 1 thousand dollars..so that's 1/2 of what you anticipated paying..that should help. on top of this, you will have recording fees (usually 20 bucks or so, up to 3 pages for the deed) I hope this helps and congrats on your newly acquired property
  • If you own the property you need he deed in your name to protect you interest in the property. If you received it by gift you are generally exempt from the tranfer tax in most states since no consideration was given.
  • IDK: New Hampshire Law Here in Hawaii, not all, states check must be cashed NLT 60 to 90 days from date of issue: payroll check...LOL... ...*!*...
  • Perhaps you should set up a rule that if they don't come pick up the check within specific time, that you'll mail them. Personally, if the employees were suppose to come pick up their paychecks, I'd let the checks sit there until they did come pick them up. I'd only mail a check if the person specifically called and requested the check be mailed.
  • Can anyone give me the reasons why immigrants moved to Delaware Georgia Maryland Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey New York North and South Carolina Pennsylvania Rhode Island and Virginia??????? P.S. I know people say for "Better opportunities" but can you give me examples of these opportunities???
  • Great questions. To become successful merchants (trade): Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island (Rhode Island was also home to many criminals) Maryland: home of most of the Catholics in the colonies Grow tobacco and other cash crops: North and South Carolina, Virginia Pennsylvania: freedom to practice your religion (mostly Quakers) I hope this helps, good luck!
  • Massachusetts - religious freedom Rhode Island - religious freedom Virginia - own land, trade and crops N & S Carolina - proprietary colony (to own land) Pennsylyvania - proprietary grants & religion New York - trade & shipping New Hampshire - land grants Georgia - asettled by convicts & debtors Skim thru the first couple of pages then start on page 3 - this has some good info state by state http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_1741... also read & click on some of the state links - http://academickids.com/encyclopedia/ind...
  • Freedom of religion, speech, and all that and wealth were the main reasons
  • to buy land and work on land to freely practice their religion
  • religious persecution
  • trade
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