Associated Press: Congresswoman highlighting tax credit in NH stop
MILFORD, N.H. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster of New Hampshire is highlighting her support for making a federal research and development tax credit permanent with a stop at Airmar Technology Corp. in Milford.
Kuster, who’s stopping at Airmar on Monday, says the company is an example of how the tax credit has spurred innovation and added jobs to the New Hampshire economy.
Airmar produces ultrasonic sensor technology for industrial and marine applications. More recently, the company has expanded into designing and manufacturing weather stations. Kuster says Airmar has relied on the tax credit over the past two years to support its research and development.