The states with the largest concentration of Hispanic residents—Arizona, Florida, New Mexico and Texas—come out the worst in a study on small business employee retirement savings. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Less than 10 percent of small business employees in the largest Hispanic metro areas have access to an employer-provided retirement plan.

SmallBizTrends reports that a new study from Finhabits finds that among small businesses located in the top five Hispanic metro areas of the U.S., an average of just 4 percent of small businesses with fewer than 100 employees offered their workers a 401(k).

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