While putting away money toward eventual retirement can be a challenge, some states are better at it than others.

Although people often need all the help they can get from employers and from providers, how well they succeed at saving varies widely across the country.

Next-generation financial advisor Personal Capital crunched the numbers to see which states' residents did the best at saving for retirement, and which did the worst.

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