A new report released today by the Corporation for Enterprise Development found that 36 percent of Marylanders don’t.
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The report is published annually and ranks states on the financial security of their residents.
Overall, Maryland came in 21st — even though the state ranks near the bottom in poverty.
Maryland ranks 45th in the percentage of people behind at least 90 days on bills and credit card debt — the average is $13,06. We’re No. 44 on the foreclosure rate and delinquent mortgage payments.
One bright spot: the state is No. 2 in education, with 37 percent of residents having at least a four-year degree.