CARROLL COUNTY, NH – Carroll County has the second lowest tax burden in New Hampshire according to a new study.
Tax season is in full swing and SmartAsset has released its fourth annual study on the Places with the Lowest Tax Burdens.
SmartAsset calculated the amount of money a specific person would pay in income, sales, property and fuel taxes in each county in the country and ranked the lowest to highest tax burden.
With no income or sales tax in the state the tax burden in the granite state was mostly calculated by combining property and fuel taxes in each county.
Coos County came in first with the lowest tax burden, followed by Carroll County, and then Belknap County
. According to the study Carroll County also has the second lowest property tax burden pay an average of about $2,900 annually, Coos pays around $2,800 annually.
For a look at the full study click here.