KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s easier to be financially elite in Kansas, according to a study that calculates what it takes to be in the top 1% of net worth in each state.
In Kansas, someone needs a personal net worth of $912,709 to be in the top 1%, according to the study by Windfall Data Inc. Kansas is one of just three states in the study where someone can be in the top 1% without being a millionaire.
Being in that elite tier in Indiana takes a net worth of just less than $923,000. In Mississippi, it takes a bit more than $766,000.
Find out what it takes to crack the top 1% in Missouri on the Kansas City Business Journal.
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