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President Donald Trump touted the strong performance of 401(k) accounts during his first State of the Union address.
The reality is that most Americans do not have one.
"The great news for Americans — 401(k) retirement pension and college savings accounts have gone through the roof," Trump said, veering slightly from his prepared speech, in his 80-minute address Tuesday night.
Only about one-third of workers participate in a 401(k) plan, according to 2017 research from the U.S. Census Bureau. In fact, just 14 percent of all employers have a 401(k) or other defined contribution plan for their workers. Even at companies where they are offered, only 41 percent of employees contribute.
Among small business, it's less likely that a 401(k) is even available. On average, 10 percent of companies with fewer than 100 employees offer a retirement plan, according to new research from retirement savings platform Finhabits.
Among employees who do sock away pretax dollars in 401(k) accounts, the average balance was $96,495 in 2016, according to Vanguard research. The median balance — half are above, half fall below — was $24,713.
The stock index surged more than 19 percent in 2017 and is up more than 5 percent this year.