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How Much Do You Need To Be Rich in 50 Major U.S. Cities?

How much income do you need to considered “rich” in the 50 biggest U.S. cities? That’s the question the folks over at GOBankingRates put pen to paper to find out. They analyzed data from the U.S. Census and American Community Survey to find which cities have the highest and lowest incomes. In order to be considered as “rich” you your income needs to be in the top 20%. Continue reading HERE...

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