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401(k) account balances rose, while 10% of people made active portfolio adjustments. But not everyone could take advantage of the savings plans.
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By one measure, at least, there was a bright spot in 2020 for people able to save in workplace retirement plans like 401(k)s.
They watched their account balances rise, on average, 21% during the year, thanks in large part to stock-market gains, according to Vanguard’s annual How America Saves report released Thursday.