A greater number of U.S. households are at risk of falling short of money in retirement because of the housing and financial crisis, according to a report.

On Thursday, the Employee Benefit Research Institute released a new report that found that between 4%-14% more U.S. households are at risk of not having enough income to cover basic expenses in retirement. Those at risk households are primarily those who had smaller 401(k) plans and/or individual retirement accounts or had significant exposure to fluctuations in the housing market.

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