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States With Highest Personal Debt Load
The average personal debt currently sits around $25,000, according to new research. But residents in these states are carrying a much heavier load.

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How Much do You Owe?

It's easy to reach into your wallet and swipe a little piece of plastic to cover an expense we can’t afford. Because of this, many Americans are burried under extensive debt. Here are 10 states which house residents with biggest debt load, according to credit.com .

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Washington

Average Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,020

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Vermont

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,059

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Texas

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,079

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Oklahoma

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,167

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Virginia

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,206

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Maryland

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,374

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Colorado

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,424

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South Dakota

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,736

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Wyoming

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $26,779

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Alaska

Ave. Revolving Debt Per Person: $30,375

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States With Highest Personal Debt Load

The average personal debt currently sits around $25,000, according to new research. But residents in these states are carrying a much heavier load.

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