SmartAsset recently released a new study measuring where the income threshold lies for the top 1% of wealth in individual states. Oregon came in at #22, where you have to earn at least $571,813 to be in the top 1%. West Virginia was last, with an income threshold of “just” $367,582.
So our question is this: Which state has the highest income threshold for the top 1%?
- New York
Ready for the answer?
According to SmartAsset’s study, Connecticut has the highest 1% income threshold of any state at $952,902.
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