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You may be living next door to a millionaire and not even realize it.

The top 10 cities in America where you’re most likely to live next door to a millionaire

Millionaires make up nearly one-sixth of the American population, but they're more noticeable in some cities than others. Neither New York nor Los Angeles, notable hometowns of the rich and famous, make the list of places where the most residents are millionaires.
Oprah Winfrey grew up in poverty and started off her career by becoming the first African American TV correspondent in Nashville.

19 billionaires who grew up poor

Some of the richest people in the world came from poor backgrounds.

24 mind-blowing facts about Warren Buffett and his $84.7 billion fortune

Warren Buffett is the third-richest person in the world, but he never spends more than $3.17 on his daily McDonald's breakfast.
A professor says Facebook is actually fracturing communities. Mark Zuckerberg pictured.

17 people who became billionaires with the least amount of work

Most billionaires needed a lifetime of work to amass their fortunes, but others were able to earn $1 billion in a relatively short amount of time.
Jeff Bezos is in a league of his own.

Jeff Bezos made an average of $107 million per day last year — here’s how much the richest people in the world earned every 24 hours

Jeff Bezos made the most money in 2017 — but he wasn't the only billionaire to increase his net worth by millions of dollars every day.
When it comes to income inequality, southern states appear to have it the worst.

Income inequality is growing across the US — here’s how bad it is in every state

Income inequality — the gap between the rich and the poor — is getting bigger in the US. But it's not the same in each state. See how your state stacks up.
A map of income disparities in the New York City area.

Striking maps reveal the huge wealth gap between American cities and the rest of the country

This interactive map of wealth in the US shows that today's economy leaves behind large parts of America.