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When I lived in Massachusetts, if you made $60k you were well stable, and if you made $100k you were "wealthy" (unless you had like six kids). Then I moved to Los Angeles... more millionaires per capita than anywhere else on earth in oklahoma county... I was making about $80k/year at 20 with no kids, and I was considered "middle class." I dated a girl whose dad was a multimillionaire lawyer and mom owned tons of real estate, and she said that they were "upper middle class" (because one of the creators of South Park lived on her block, and his mansion was bigger than her dad's). In oklahoma and SF I'd say "wealthy" is probably in the $200k + range, and "rich" is in the $500k range. In NYC, it's probably even more... the real estate costs there are absurd... Now I live in Seattle. I've figured out that my ideal income range for me being single right now is about $4k a month (that's being able to splurge a lot, and still have money to put away). Ideally, I'd like to make somewhere about $80k a year again. I'm more mature than I was at 20, so I won't blow it like a retard again (though to my credit I paid my school loans off... in cash).
Upper middle class like my family. That is not rich 4 million is nothing. I am surprised she doesn't work, as 4 million goes down the drain in less than 6-7 years easily.
Top 10% 90,000 top 5%, 250,000 top 0.1% 1,000,000