More than 60% of Americans will qualify for a retirement account, according to a report released by the Census Bureau on Monday.
The Census Bureau report found that more than half of Americans have savings accounts and investments.
This includes more than 70% of households earning less than $50,000 a year.
The bureau also found that the majority of households had some type of debt and had been exposed to high-interest rates and other financial pressures.
The report, which is available for public viewing online, also found 61% of U.S. households have at least one household member that has experienced financial stress.
It found that while most people are financially healthy, there are certain circumstances that could trigger a financial crisis for the average household.
The report said that those are financial hardships that would result in them having to make difficult choices and sacrifices, and that could have long-term impacts on them.
It also found the average American has about $4,000 in savings that they have no plans to use, and is about $1,000 out of pocket for healthcare and rent.
It found that some of those households may be able to afford to pay down their debts, and others may not be able.