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By Ronnie Polidoro

While almost half of Americans typically only carry around $20 or less, according to Bankrate.com, 9 percent of Americans carry no cash at all. With so little cash in the our wallets and Americans' reliance on credit cards, debit cards and the growth of mobile payment apps like Google Wallet, does the survey's snapshot suggests our move into an increasingly cashless world ahead? Do you live virtually cashless? Tell us what you rely on to pay for goods and services in our comments.