New Hampshire Contractors License 2

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New Hampshire Business Licensing Information for Contractors

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Category: State Licenses and Permits

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Details: Only certain types of specialty contractors are licensed in New Hampshire. These specialty services include asbestos and lead abatement contractors, electrical contractors and plumbing contractors. General construction contractors in New Hampshire do not require a state license. Check with your city or town government for any licensing requirements in your local jurisdiction.


New Hampshire Business Licensing Information for Electricians

NH Master or Journeyman License Application Procedure

Category: State Licenses and Permits

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/firesafety/building/electrician/licensingrequire.html

New Hampshire Bureau of Electrical Safety and Licensing.

Details: New Hampshire requires licenses for master and journeyman electricians.


New Hampshire Business Licensing Information for Plumbers

NH Plumber Licensing Information

Category: State Licenses and Permits

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/firesafety/building/plumbing/

New Hampshire State Board for the Licensing and Regulation of Plumbers.

Details: New Hampshire requires a state license to perform plumbing work.


Additional Business Licensing Information for all New Hampshire Businesses

NH Business and Occupational Licenses

Category: State Licenses and Permits

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/business/doingbusiness.html



Details: Information about how to obtain business and occupational licenses and permits.


New Hampshire Business Tax Information

Guide to New Hampshire Taxes

Category: Tax Registration

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/revenue/faq/gti-rev.htm



Details: New Hampshire does not have a general sales tax or an income tax on an individual's reported W-2 wages. However, some businesses are required to pay taxes on profits and enterprise value and other special taxes.


General Tax Information and Forms

Category: Tax Registration

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/revenue/



Details: New Hampshire does not have a general sales tax or an income tax on an individual's reported W-2 wages. However, some businesses are required to pay taxes on profits and enterprise value and other special taxes.


New Hampshire Insurance Requirements for Businesses

Get Unemployment Tax Requirements for NH

Category: Employer Requirements

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/nhes/employer/index.htm



Details: Businesses with employees are required to pay unemployment insurance taxes under certain conditions. If your business is required to pay these taxes, you must register your business with your state's workforce agency:


Find Workers' Comp Requirements for NH

Category: Employer Requirements

For more information, visit: http://www.labor.state.nh.us/employer_info.asp



Details: Businesses with employees are required to carry Workers' Compensation Insurance coverage through a commercial carrier, on a self-insured basis, or through the state Workers' Compensation Insurance program.


New Hampshire New Hire Reporting Requirements for Businesses

Report New Hires in NH

Category: Employer Requirements

For more information, visit: http://www.nh.gov/nhes/employer/documents/newhire.pdf



Details: All employers are required to report newly and re-hired employees to their state's Directory of New Hires within 20 days of their hire or re-hire data.


New Hampshire Licensed Contractors

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2 thoughts on “New Hampshire Contractors License

  1. Reply contractor Feb 13,2014 1:24 pm

    A contractor’s license is not required in NH.

    • Reply General Contractor Support Mar 21,2014 3:33 pm

      Hi contractor, a general contractor’s license is not required in New Hampshire, but as listed above, specialty contractors such as plumbers, electricians, and other fields, do require licenses. In addition, you should always check with your local planning or related departments for any local licensing and permit requirements.

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