The idea that there’s more to life than money? Our ranking is a reflection of that. The people who reside in these communities of affluence might not be working day-to-day in those cities and towns, but it’s where they’re building and buying homes, spending money, enrolling their children in schools, and raising their families when they’re not at the office in Washington, D.C., or Chicago or New York, as the case might be.
Searching for wealth? Look big, then step back syndicated post