Data from a recent report on wealth scaling modelfrom the advisor Knight FrankDisplays the required amount of money To be part of the richest 1% in 25 countries around the world.
he Principality of Monaco It appears to be the country that needs the most money, with US$12.4 million needed to make up part of that percentage.
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Secondly, it was found Swiss, as it takes $6.6 million to be part of the 1% of the richest people in that country. Close the platform Australiain the amount of 6.6 million US dollars.
New Zealand ($5.2 million), United State ($5.1 million), Ireland ($4.3 million), Singapore ($3.5 million), France ($3.5 million), Hong Kong (3.4 million USD) and United kingdom (US$3.3 million) closed the top ten.
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The only Latin American countries that appeared on the list were Brazil ($430,000 USD) and Mexico ($380,000 USD).
As the report shows, factors such as climateturn A place for charming events And Low tax burden on its residents They have helped this small country to be an enclave for some of the richest people in the world.
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In 2021 for example, Monaco has the highest per capita GDP in the world, at $234,317.according to the United Nations Organization (UN)thus putting itself ahead of other small countries such as Liechtenstein ($169,260 USD), Luxembourg ($133,745) and Bermuda ($112,652).
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Similarly, Knight Frank estimates that by 2026, 255 people with net worth over $30 million can live in Monaco and nearly 40,000 with a legacy of over $1 million.
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