2016 US Household Total Net Worth (by Age and Percentile)

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by SSuke

You can use this chart to determine where you stand in terms of wealth compared to others in the US. (Should be a bit more useful than comparing only 401K accounts.)

Age (head) Average Wealth 99% (2013) 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% (Median) 40% 30% 20% 10%
All $10374K $1182K $499K $280K $170K $97K $49K $19K $5K $-1K
18-24 $94K $388K $66K $23K $13K $9K $4K $1K $0K $-6K $-21K
25-29 $40K $594K $106K $59K $34K $16K $9K $4K $0K $-10K $-34K
30-34 $95K $1373K $256K $140K $82K $55K $30K $15K $5K $0K $-23K
35-39 $258K $2814K $365K $210K $108K $71K $40K $20K $10K $1K $-8K
40-44 $317K $7282K $690K $370K $212K $135K $89K $46K $16K $4K $-5K
45-49 $599K $5216K $1140K $562K $293K $182K $105K $57K $23K $8K $-1K
50-54 $839K $7222K $1166K $561K $344K $224K $144K $89K $38K $9K $0K
55-59 $1150K $10814K $2243K $854K $420K $274K $174K $101K $42K $11K $0K
60-64 $1180K $1958K $1001K $540K $362K $226K $130K $77K $24K $4K
65+ $1070K $2008K $928K $539K $361K $241K $163K $94K $39K $6K​
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The net worth includes all accounts (savings, investments, equity in the primary home, debt, etc)

Data was compiled from the 2016 US Federal Bank Reserve’s SCF via:


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