New Hampshire Cost of Living (NH)

The cost of living in New Hampshire (NH) is higher than the nationwide average. The average yearly pay in New Hampshire is $45,953.00, which is lower than the U.S. average annual salary by $789.00. The consumer price index (CPI) of 228 in New Hampshire is 1.79% higher than the U.S. city average CPI of 224.

This is calculated by averaging the information about the major metropolitan areas of the state and not by taking the state cost of living information directly. The factors in the calculation include the average New Hampshire annual salary, New Hampshire tax rates and the regional New Hampshire consumer price index.

Regional Consumer Price Index (CPI): Average Annual Pay:
New Hampshire U.S. City Average New Hampshire U.S. City Average
228 224 $45,953.00 $46,742.00
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Berlin Cost of LivingClaremont Cost of Living
Concord Cost of LivingDerry Cost of Living
Dover Cost of LivingDurham Cost of Living
Exeter Cost of LivingGoffstown Cost of Living
Hampton Cost of LivingHanover Cost of Living
Hooksett Cost of LivingHudson Cost of Living
Keene Cost of LivingLaconia Cost of Living
Lebanon Cost of LivingLondonderry Cost of Living
Manchester Cost of LivingMerrimack Cost of Living
Milford Cost of LivingNashua Cost of Living
Pelham Cost of LivingPortsmouth Cost of Living
Raymond Cost of LivingRochester Cost of Living
Salem Cost of LivingSomersworth Cost of Living
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