New Hampshire bankruptcies edge up from a year ago

June bankruptcy filings in New Hampshire were down from the previous month, although they were up slightly from a year ago.

It seems – as we pass the year’s midpoint – that the steady decline in the number of personal bankruptcy filings since experienced since the recession is over. Indeed, year to date, there were just under 10 more filings per month, or about a 6 percent increase. That’s after a 9 percent decrease in filings 2016, which followed five years of double-digit decreases. | More…

| NHBR

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