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cellag0916
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Question about NH return

Hello, my New Hampshire return instructions to mail my return says "You don't need to file a New Hampshire BT-Summary return. The data you entered results in no refund and no tax due." and "You don't need to file a New Hampshire DP-10 return. The data you entered results in no refund and no tax due."  Does this mean I do not have to send anything in because this is all the document says.  Thanks!
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mnjdwyer
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Question about NH return

If you are single and live in NH and you earned more than $2400 in interest and dividend income (other than income specifically exempted by statute such as interest on federal obligations and NH municipal or state obligations) you do have to file a return.  There are additional exclusions, such as an exclusion for blind or elderly (65+) that could reduce your taxable income to zero, but you still have an obligation to file.  Check the instructions on the NH Department of Revenue website for Form DP-10.  Turbo Tax gave me incorrect advice.

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