New Mexico received a grade of F on a scorecard developed by Ball State University to gauge the health of each state’s manufacturing sector.
Residents of Harding County need to make $3,082 every month to maintain a modest standard of living, making it the most expensive place to live in New Mexico.
Taxpayer contributions to New Mexico’s public pension funds in 2017 amounted to 56.7 percent of the total, the seventh lowest ratio among the 50 states, according to newly released data by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Despite facing a July 31 target deadline, the Veterans Benefits Administration has yet to provide refunds to tens of thousands of disabled veterans who were erroneously charged home loan funding fees.
College graduates in New Mexico have an average debt burden of $21,805, according to a study by the website 24/7 Wall St. examining average student loan debt in the 50 states.
State income tax revenues in New Mexico represent 17.4 percent of its total state and local levies, according to a new study by the Tax Foundation.
New Mexico earned a score of 70.6 out of 100 in a new ranking of state litigation climates released Wednesday by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform.
New Mexico finished 36th lowest in the size of its state and local government operations, based on their share of the state’s gross domestic product, according to a 24/7 Wall St. analysis.
The funded ratio of the New Mexico public pension plans stands at 63%, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on fiscal-year 2017 data.
McKinley was ranked New Mexico’s worst county to live in, according to a Wall St. 24/7 analysis of regions with the poorest quality of life within all 50 states.
The state distilled spirits excise taxes in New Mexico ranked 24th in the nation, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on January 2019 data.
Bring in at least $256,168 in yearly income, and you’ll be among the top 1 percent of earners in New Mexico, according to a Wall St. 24/7 analysis of the ultra wealthy in every state.
The state wine excise taxes in New Mexico ranked in a tie for fifth in the nation, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on January 2019 data.
The combined state and average local sales taxes in New Mexico ranked 15th in the nation, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on July 2019 data.
The state beer excise taxes in New Mexico ranked 15th in the nation, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on January 2019 data.
New Mexico finished 26th in a ranking by the website 24/7 Wall St. of identity theft rates across the nation.
Seventeen jurisdictions in the nation have some form of vapor product excise tax, according to a new Tax Foundation analysis.