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February 6, 2023


Granite Staters Have High Credit Scores and Low Unemployment

Two new reports show Granite Staters are on solid financial footing heading into the holidays compared to the rest of…

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Granite Staters Have High Credit Scores and Low Unemployment

Two new reports show Granite Staters are on solid financial footing heading into the holidays compared to the rest of…
by Damien Fisher | November 28, 2022 Read More

LACHMAN: Fed Ignores the Stock Market at Its Peril

Judging by its words and deeds, the Federal Reserve wants to see a weaker stock market as part of its…
by Desmond Lachman | October 04, 2022 Read More

CLEGG: Paycards Beat Paychecks, So Let’s Modernize the Law

What is the difference between a paper paycheck and a plastic paycheck? Both can be handed out on payday. Both…
by Bob Clegg | April 21, 2022 Read More

‘Build Back Better’ Could Break IRA Retirement System, Experts Warn

The Biden administration is eying changes to retirement savings, causing one organization to say “hands off!” “Joe Biden is going…
by Chris Woodward | October 27, 2021 Read More

NH Dems Silent on Biden Plan For IRS to Monitor Bank Accounts As Small as $600

The Biden administration continues to defend a proposal for the IRS to monitor every bank account with $600 or more…
by Michael Graham | September 30, 2021 Read More


Crypto Bank Pulls NH Application, Cites State Regulation

BlockFi Trust says New Hampshire’s unclear banking regulations are preventing it from opening a branch in the Granite State, sources…
by Damien Fisher | September 20, 2021 Read More

New Econ Numbers Put NH Near Top Of National Rankings

Two new national rankings out this week place New Hampshire’s economy among the best in the nation, adding to the…
by Michael Graham | September 09, 2021 Read More

Biden Vows to Spend Big, Control Inflation. Can He Do Both?

President Joe Biden is expressing confidence that his proposed $4.5 trillion domestic package will effectively pay for itself even as…
by Gregory Bresiger | July 28, 2021 Read More

MICHEL: Inflation, Yes. Panic? No.

For three consecutive months, the Consumer Price Index has revealed above-average annual inflation rates not seen since 2008. Understandably, Americans…
by Norbert Michel | July 25, 2021 Read More

Architect Of Reagan Revolution Blasts “Bidenomics”

As the Biden administration prepares the largest tax hike since World War II, a longtime Republican economic advisor is sounding…
by Gregory Bresiger | April 07, 2021 Read More

New Hampshire’s Supreme Court Case Could Affect Billions in Tax Revenue Nationwide 

New Hampshire’s income tax complaint against Massachusetts could have financial repercussions beyond just helping its own taxpayers. More than a…
by Liz Farmer | March 20, 2021 Read More


The Reddit Raiders – Let’s Hear It For The ‘Little Guys!’

Crony capitalism. A system controlled by the elites. A ‘rigged game.’  Call it what you will.  But what started out…
by Jay Lucas | February 08, 2021 Read More

NH Top New England State for Business Climate, Report Finds

The Tax Foundation released its annual Business Tax Climate Index Wednesday, and for the second year in a row, New…
by Christopher Maidment | October 21, 2020 Read More

NH Unemployment Falls Nearly 20 Percent in August

New Hampshire’s preliminary seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August was 6.5 percent, down from 8 percent the month before —…
by Michael Graham | September 15, 2020 Read More

New Hampshire vs. The Nation: Where Are Workers Having The Best Labor Day?

On the Friday before Labor Day, the U.S. Labor Department announced employers added 1.4 million jobs in August, bringing the…
by Michael Graham | September 04, 2020 Read More

NH AG Gives Sununu Gameplan for Taking on Massachusetts Commuter Tax

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald has presented Gov. Chris Sununu with a report on how the state can confront…
by Michael Graham | August 12, 2020 Read More

Future Indicative — Work From Home Will Change Everything

Dimly through the fog of the future some structures are emerging. Some of the purely physical are becoming discernible. The…
by Llewellyn King | July 24, 2020 Read More


STUDY: New Hampshire Taxpayers Get Best Deal in U.S.

Congratulation, New Hampshire taxpayers. You're getting the best deal in the nation! That's according to a new study released by…
by David Micali | July 08, 2020 Read More

How the Lockdown Looks Depends on How You Get Your Bread

My wife and I have found silver linings in the COVID lockdown. We’ve baked bread, ordered gourmet foods online, watched…
by Robert F. Graboyes | May 27, 2020 Read More

ST. JAMES: After COVID-19, New England States Have an Opportunity to Bring Jobs and Sustainability to Rural Communities

The United States continues fighting to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, with more than 100,000 diagnosed cases in New England alone.…
by Kevin St. James | May 15, 2020 Read More

Small Banks Answer the Call During Tough Economic Times

“How are things going?” It’s a question we’re asked a lot lately. Friends, colleagues and family members check in as…
by David Reiling | April 24, 2020 Read More

New Hampshire Tops ‘Economic Freedom’ List in Latest Top 10 Ranking

When it comes to the economy, New Hampshire really is the 'Live Free or Die' state. That's the finding of…
by Michael Graham | November 12, 2019 Read More

Working For A Living, New Hampshire-Style

Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to ask the question: So what is it like to work for a…
by Michael Graham | August 31, 2019 Read More


Zero Taxes on Billions in Profits? Amazon’s Tax-Avoidance Scheme Provokes Furious Debate

When news broke last month that Amazon, the world’s third most valuable company,  paid zero corporate federal income taxes in…
by Michael Graham | March 05, 2019 Read More

Numbers Back N.H. Business Group In Trade War Debate

When President Trump imposed tariffs on trade with Canada, one of the loudest voices in opposition was the Business and…
by Michael Graham | July 11, 2018 Read More

N.H. Ranked 2018’s 2nd Worst State to Start a Business–And That’s GOOD News!

A new analysis by WalletHub ranks New Hampshire 49th on the list of "Best States to Start A New Business."…
by Michael Graham | July 03, 2018 Read More

New Hampshire Has Lowest Unemployment Rate in New England

New Hampshire has the lowest unemployment rate in New England, narrowly edging out Maine--one of the eight US states that reached…
by Michael Graham | April 23, 2018 Read More

NH Near Top Of Home Value Rankings–Is That Good News Or Bad?

In a new analysis of home value and purchasing power trends, New Hampshire ranks fourth in the nation, with home…
by Michael Graham | April 02, 2018 Read More

New Hampshire Company Makes List of LGBTQ Favorable Businesses

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) named a Granite State business as one of the most LGBTQ-inclusive companies in the U.S.…
by Jack O'Brien | November 10, 2017 Read More