Scott Fitzgerald's bromide that the rich "are different from you and me" got a little new fizz from a Federal Reserve survey of upper-income families.
Originally ordered to determine the size of the market for bonds, the survey turned up some hitherto unavailable information about the 600,000 American families1% of the populationwhose yearly incomes are $25,000 or more. The most interesting statistics came from those that the Federal Reserve considers "rich" ($50,000 or more) and "very rich" ($100,000 and up). Items:
>Eight out of ten in the $100,000-plus income bracket own part of a business or profession.
>As a man climbs...