Grass isn’t always greener across financial lines

Source: Michelle Singletary - The Washington Post

In real numbers, 8 million households saw their mean wealth grow from 2009 to 2011, to almost $3.2 million. Compare that with the estimated $133,817 mean wealth of 111 million households.

So large is the wealth gap that it’s hard to identify with people who seem to be so well off that they don’t worry about outliving their money or how to pay for their kids’ education.

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