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The States Where People Save The Most Money Will Surprise You

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The States Where People Save The Most Money Will Surprise You

2019-08-24 22:00:471 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

Just because someone lives in a fancy neighborhood and has a high-paying job doesn't mean they have a lot in the bank.
According to Business Insider, a new survey from GOBankingRates shows people in North Dakota and Nebraska tie for squirrelling away the most.
That's where a quarter of residents surveyed said they had more than $10,000 in savings.
Other states that made the list include Michigan and Nevada, along with several traditionally expensive New England states.
Oregon is the only of nine states where more than 15% of residents had saved more than $10K.

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