New Hampshire Payroll Services

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New Hampshire Payroll Tax and Labor Laws

Get your New Hampshire State Unemployment Tax ID Numbers 

Click HERE to obtain State Unemployment Tax ID  

New Hampshire Wage and Hour Laws 

Minimum Wage 

New Hampshire’s minimum wage rate is currently $7.25 per hour.  

For more information on New Hampshire’s minimum wage law, please click HERE.  


New Hampshire’s overtime law requires covered employers to pay employees at a rate of one and one half for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in any one week. 

Pay Frequency 

New Hampshire’s pay frequency statute requires employers to pay employees all wages due within 8 days of the end of the work week for employees paid on a weekly basis. Employers must pay employees for all wages due within 15 days of the end of the work week for employees paid on a biweekly basis.   

For more information on New Hampshire’s wage and hour laws, please click HERE.  

New Hampshire Unemployment 

Taxable Wage Base ($000s):                                       14,000

New Employer Rate (% Taxable Wages)   1.7 (Rate include surcharges)

New Hampshire Income Tax Withholding 

New Hampshire has no state income tax. 

New Hampshire State Resources 

New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration 

New Hampshire Employment Security 


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Revised 3/2023