13. Rhode Island
- Despite East Coast income, Rhode Island is not a place overpopulated with savers.
Get Rich Slowly compiled the list of states least likely to be successful savers by examining the income tax rate, credit card debt, and total deposits per capita as told by the FDIC in every state. It seems Rhode Island residents will need that Social Security check to pay those high taxes and other daily expenses because this state didn’t show the best track record for saving. Rhode Island ranks No. 37 for saving money and getting ahead.
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