New Hampshire bankruptcy filings jump in August

Eight New Hampshire businesses filed for bankruptcy protection in August – twice as many that filed for bankruptcy in June and July combined.

August wasn’t a good month when it came to bankruptcy for individuals either. Some 160 New Hampshire households and businesses filed, 19 more than July and 26 more than August of 2016, a more than 18 percent annual increase. Indeed, there were three more filings in August 2017 than August 2014, when the state was still clawing its way of the recession, though still less than a third of the number filed in 2010, when New Hampshire was still stuck deep inside it. | More…

| NHBR

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