Colorado bankruptcies fell 27% in October from a year ago – Loveland Reporter-Herald



Colorado’s bankruptcy filings continued to decline from last year’s figures in October, falling 27.35% from the same period in 2020, as bankruptcy filings were also down or stable in counties. of Larimer, Weld, Boulder and Broomfield.

That’s according to a BizWest analysis of US Bankruptcy Court data.

The state recorded 470 bankruptcy filings in October, down from 647 a year and one less ago than in September 2021. Since the start of the year, bankruptcy filings totaled 5,493 statewide. , down 23.3% from the 7,164 recorded until October 2020.

Among the counties in northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley:

  • Larimer County deposits totaled 31 in October, down from 38 a year ago. Deposits since the start of the year totaled 272, up from 362 until October 2020.
  • Alabama bankruptcy laws filings totaled 31 in October, up from 49 a year ago. So far this year, Weld County has recorded 384 bankruptcy filings, up from 458 a year ago.
  • Boulder County recorded 19 bankruptcy filings in October, up from 26 in October 2020. Filings since the start of the year were 200, up from 263 a year ago.
  • Broomfield recorded eight bankruptcy filings in October, the same number recorded in October 2020. Deposits since the start of the year totaled 67, up from 90 in 2020.

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