To be rich in these days, you've gotta be RICH RICH.
A new study asked people in different generations what your net worth has to be for you to be rich. And not a single generation thinks just being a millionaire means you're rich anymore.
The average answer was . . . $2.3 million. That's more than 20 times higher than the median net worth in this country right now. Just outside DJ money! :)
Generation Z, who are roughly nine through 22 years old, had the lowest threshold for being rich . . . they say it "only" takes $1.5 million.
Baby boomers have the highest threshold, at $2.6 million.
The study also found that it takes a ton of money just to feel, quote, "financially comfortable." The average answer for being just comfortable, not rich, was $1.1 million.