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We already let you in on how much the top 1 percent earn, but the top 0.01 percent of U.S. earners are in an entirely different league.
According to a new Economic Policy Institute (EPI) report, to be in the top 0.01 percent nationally, a family needs an annual income of $9.77 million. And that number just represents the threshold â the average income of this elite group nationwide is $32.32 million.
Read on to see just how much money the 1 percent of the 1 percent make a year in each U.S. state.