State tax rates and rules for income, sales, gas, property, cigarette, and other taxes that impact middle-class families. Go to the Kiplinger Tax Map New Hampshire Add to State Compare List | View List View State Compare List (0) selected | Compare up to 5 The Bottom Line Mixed Tax Picture New Hampshire differs from its New England neighbors by having not only no income tax, but no sales tax. But since there's still a government to run and roads to pave in the Granite State, the money has to come from somewhere. The result is some of the highest property taxes in the country. Also, a caveat on the zero income tax: Earned income is untaxed, but dividends and interest currently face a 5% levy (although the tax will be phased out by 2027). Income Tax Range New Hampshire doesn't have an income tax. However, currently there's a 5% tax on dividends and interest in excess of $2,400 for individuals ($4,800 for joint filers).The tax on dividends and interest is being phased out. The rate will be 4% for 2023, 3% for 2024, 2% for 2025, and 1% for 2026. The tax will then be repealed on January 1, 2027. Sales Tax No state or local sales tax. Real Property Taxes In New Hampshire, the median property tax rate is $2,050 per $100,000 of assessed home value. Motor Fuel Taxes Gasoline: 23.83¢ per gallon. Diesel: 23.83¢ per gallon. Sin Taxes Cigarettes: $1.78 per packOther tobacco products: 65% of the wholesale price; premium cigars are exemptVapor products: $0.30 per ml on closed systems; 8% of wholesale price of nicotine liquid for open systemsBeer: $0.30 per gallonNew Hampshire directly controls wine and liquor sales through state-owned stores. Annual Car Taxes and Fees An annual vehicle registration fee and property tax based on the car's value and age are imposed. Estate and Inheritance Taxes No estate or inheritance tax.