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New Hampshire does not have state income tax withholding,
so you'll only need to calculate federal taxes
(employee withholding, Medicare and Social Security),
plus federal and state unemployment insurance
taxes (SUTA and FUTA).
HINT-- Turtle Creek Software provides free annual updates for
US federal and New Hampshire tax withholding rates.
State Withholding Instructions
To enter withholding information for an employee
in your Goldenseal company file, follow these steps:
- Choose Employees from the Accounts
- Locate the employee record.
- Click the Payroll Setup button.
- Enter the employee's marital status
into the Marital Status field.
- Enter the number of federal dependents
into the Federal Exemptions field.
- Enter the New Hampshire Tax Package
to import the
tax info first.
- Click OK.
State Unemployment Tax Instructions
In 2017 the New Hampshire SUTA tax is calculated
on the first $14,000
of wages for each employee
(no change from the past few years). The starting
tax rate is 2.7%.
After the first year,
the unemployment insurance
tax rate is based
on the employer's experience
To enter your New Hampshire SUTA rate
into the Goldenseal payroll
software, follow these steps:
Payroll Setup from
the Costs menu, then
Items from the submenu.
the New Hampshire
SUTA tax in the list,
on it. HINT:
If you don't see
SUTA in the list,
you'll need to import the
New Hampshire payroll
the percentage rate
for your business,
and enter it into
the percentage field
to the right of Calculation
the cutoff amount
has changed, enter
it into the dollar
field next to First
Use the following to determine the value for
the Marital Status popup menu in each Employee account:
- Single- single employee
- Married- married employee
- Dual Income- not used
- Head of House- employee
claims Head of Family status
- Other- not used
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