I just signed up for this site and I was reading this segment. This is quite amusing. One person says to "be really rich" you have to have at least $2million. Interesting definition of "really rich". I actually equate "really rich" to have nothing to do with money. And it is interesting to see spelling error i.e there but meaning to have written "their". So money has nothing to do with correct spelling and grammar. If anyone is seeking another person because they are a millionaire....please do not seek me. I signed up here because I like people who have acquired all kinds of wealth as a result of life's grandeur and opportunities. Work hard, play hard, continuously explore and learn, invest well, share, and do not depend on another to increase your own monetary wealth though to enhance life's wealth.
Actually, on the east & west coast the homes are $400,000 and up. Add in a business or small portfolio of 1/2 million and we are just middle class people. Nothing extravagant, really. To be really rich, one person has to be worth 2 million or more.
being worth a million dollars doesn't necessarily make one attractive or mean a person has a great deal of liquid assets [money] especially if the assets are property. it can mean that one has a regular income without having to work, or that one owns their own business.
so, the guy who claims to be a millionaire may very well be worth that much but not be rolling in dough.