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How much you need to earn to be considered rich in major US cities

SmartAsset analyzed the distribution of income in America's 100 largest cities to calculate what your family's income should be to be considered "rich," reports Digg.

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Census Bureau data shows that the median income of an American household (out of three) is currently about $65. it can be attributed to the group of "rich".

So how much does a resident of large US cities need to earn to be in the top 20 percent of the richest?

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10 cities with the highest incomes

San Francisco, California

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $36
  • Median income in the city: $119
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $250*

Fremont, California

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $64
  • Median income in the city: $142
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $250*

*IMPORTANT: The Census Bureau does not specify income above $250 per year, so the real median income for wealthy families could be much higher.

San Jose, California

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $46.
  • Median income in the city: $117.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $226.

Arlington, VA

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $55.
  • Median income in the city: $122
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $220.

Irvine, California

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $40.
  • Median income in the city: $108.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $205.

Washington DC

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $29.
  • Median income in the city: $90.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $198.

Seattle, WA

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $38.
  • Median income in the city: $97.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $197.

Scottsdale, Arizona

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $38.
  • Median income in the city: $91.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $187.

Plano, Texas

  • Median income for families in the 20% poorest in the city: $46.
  • Median income in the city: $96.
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $180

Oakland, California

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $27
  • Median income in the city: $80
  • Median income for the top 20% of families: $172

10 cities with the lowest incomes

Detroit, Michigan

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $11 012.
  • Average income in the city: $32 498.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $70 444.

Cleveland Ohio

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $11 216.
  • Average income in the city: $31 838.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $70 465.

Toledo Ohio

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $14 824.
  • Average income in the city: $39 155.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $78 843.

Hialeah, Florida

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $15 679.
  • Average income in the city: $38 471.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $80 436

Newark, New Jersey

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $12 985.
  • Average income in the city: $37 476.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $83 386.

Milwaukee, WI

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $16 876.
  • Average income in the city: $43 125.
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $86 865.

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Buffalo, New York

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $13 927.
  • Average income in the city: $39 677 .
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $86 930.

Memphis, Tennessee

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $16 341
  • Average income in the city: $41 864
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $88 187

Tucson, Arizona

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $18 719
  • Average income in the city: $45 227
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $89 118

Fort Wayne, Indiana

  • Median income for families in the bottom 20% of the city: $22 927
  • Average income in the city: $51 545
  • Median income of the top 20% of families: $89 118

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