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Man next to dollar sign For millennials, just $2.2 million in the bank would qualify someone as rich; boomers and GenXers actually pin that number at more than $2.6 million.

How much money does it take to fall into that hallowed category of “rich”? And who’s most determined to get there?

It depends on their generation, but while 49% of Americans work with the intent to be rich, according to a survey from Senior Living, millennials are the most focused on it, with 57% saying that’s their end goal—compared with 41 percent of GenXers and just a quarter of boomers.

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