Over Two Thirds Of U.S. States Do Not Have Enough Cash To Pay Their Obligations
Thirty-one states, or over two-thirds of U.S. states, do not have enough cash to pay their bills. For the thirteenth year in a row, nonpartisan accounting watchdog Truth in Accounting (TIA) released its ‘Financial State of the States’ report today describing the weak financial condition of numerous states.READ MORE
Student Debt Average by State
President Biden has proposed the cancellation of federal student debt across the country.
Students from every state accumulate debt. As indicated by the Data-Z chart below, on average students in Utah graduate from their undergraduate studies with student debt of $18,344, which is the least amount of all of the states. The four other states with the least amount of average student debt are New Mexico with $20,868, California with $21,125, Nevada with $21,257 and Wyoming with $23,510. READ MORE