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Geographic Distribution of the Population

August 29, 2018 Data Viz

New Hampshire’s most populous municipalities are located near to metropolitan Boston, while the population density decreases further north and west.

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Median Age by Municipality

August 29, 2018 Data Viz
Median Age by Municipality

New Hampshire municipalities located closer to metropolitan Boston typically have lower median ages, whereas those farther north tend to have higher ages.

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Property Wealth by Municipality

August 29, 2018 Data Viz

Measuring property valuations per capita provides insights into which New Hampshire communities may struggle to raise funds for services.

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Business Tax Revenues Drive Surplus with Continued Abnormal Behavior

4 Oct 2018

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Business tax revenues, propelled higher by certain unusual trends, continued to overperform in September, which is the largest revenue month in the new fiscal year thus far. Business tax extension revenues continued to be well above normal, suggesting more or larger businesses are delaying their final business tax filings. Revenue from estimated payments, which are due for many businesses in September, grew at a steadier pace relative to prior years, and revenue from final business tax returns remained lower. Other tax revenues were a mixed bag in September and during the year thus far, with business taxes accounting for nearly all the revenue surplus over the budget plan in the first quarter.