SB 661 (2020)
Modifies and extends economic revitalization zone tax credits
Requires the Commissioner of Business and Economic Affairs to certify each application for an economic revitalization zone tax credit, modifies the calculation of the credits, and extends the prospective repeal of the those credits from July 1, 2020 to January 1, 2028. This bill also requires the Department of Business and Economic Affairs to certify the agreements that employers participating in the New Hampshire college graduate retention incentive partnership (NH GRIP) offer to employees. The Senate added this bill to HB 1558.