Date: 
Feb 17, 2016

As the “Live Free or Die” state, New Hampshire has long prided itself on its low tax burden. But how do taxes in New Hampshire  measure up to those in other states? The Tax Foundation recently ranked the states based on the average share of income residents paid in state and local taxes. New Hampshire came in a respectable 44th, with residents paying an average of 7.9% in taxes.

Date: 
Jan 17, 2017

GOBankingRates.com recently released a survey of states where they estimate residents would be most likely to live “paycheck-to-paycheck”.

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Feb 02, 2017

How does New Hampshire fare when it comes to building positive relationships? The first nationwide study of the issue used survey data from over 125,000 adults to determine which states had the highest and lowest rates of attachment anxiety—or “clinginess”—and of avoiding attachment altogether.

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Sep 15, 2015

Are Granite State residents big spenders? NerdWallet ranked the 50 states in three categories of personal debt: credit cards, student loans, and mortgages. New Hampshire topped the list for student loan debt, with an average of $32,795, and ranked fourth for personal credit card debt, at $4,228. Mortgage debt in New Hampshire was closer to the median, with the state ranking 22nd.

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Sep 30, 2015

How do NH residents measure up when they hit the scales?

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Oct 16, 2015

When it comes to the state of NH’s economy, how do we measure up against the rest of the nation? The answer, according to a recent report by Business Insider, is pretty darned well.

Date: 
Oct 16, 2015

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the LFDA takes a look at how the Granite State is doing in the fight to prevent breast cancer. NH’s numbers at first paint a confusing story.

Date: 
Sep 08, 2015

Did you hit the open road this Labor Day weekend? Turns out some states are better places than others to enjoy a drive. Bankrate.com looked for the best states for drivers, measuring a range of criteria. NH was rated 10th in the nation for drivers, with the 3rd lowest incidence of car theft and lower repair, insurance, and gas costs than the national average.

Date: 
Aug 25, 2015

NH is nearly top in the nation for small businesses according to technology marketplace website Thumbtack’s annual survey. The study asked the owners of nearly 18,000 small businesses to rate their state and city based on a wide range of criteria. NH was ranked second in the nation, with only Texas coming in higher. Other New England states were rated mediocre or poorly.

Date: 
Aug 11, 2015

New Hampshire is a great state for kids, except for a larger share of drug and alcohol abuse problems, according to a recent nationwide study by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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