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Henrys are millennials who live comfortably but feel broke.

‘High earner, not rich yet’: How to tell if you’re a ‘Henry,’ based on your salary, savings, and lifestyle

The typical Henry earns six figures, is in their early 30s, and struggles to balance a comfortable lifestyle with saving for the future.

Retiring early doesn’t mean you’ll stop making money — here’s how one retired millennial made more than $60,000 in passive inc...

J.P. Livingston retired early at age 28 with a $2 million nest egg. She continued to generate income during early retirement. Here's how she did it.
Boardman River in Traverse City, Michigan.

Inside the ZIP code that houses the most millennial millionaires in America, where luxury homes start at $500,000 and the gig economy is growing

Traverse City, Michigan, has seen an urban revival. It's also home to a strong start-up scene, attracting entrepreneurs and former natives of the area.
"Henrys," short for "high earners not rich yet," have come to characterize a group of mostly millennials who make $100,000 to $250,000 but feel broke.

Meet the ‘Henrys’: The millennials making 6-figure salaries who have ‘pleasure funds’ and enough money to travel — but s...

What is a "Henry"? The acronym is used for millennials who earn $100,000 to $250,000 but feel broke because of their luxury lifestyle and debt.
The typical millennial millionaire has a net worth ranging from $1 to $2.49 million.

Meet the typical millennial millionaire in America, who has a real-estate portfolio worth $1.4 million, is married, and is more likely to live in Cali...

There are 618,000 millennial millionaires in America. Many live in California, donate to charity, and view real estate as a key way to build wealth.
Wealthy millennials are inclined to buy fixer-uppers in West Hollywood because they can't afford new construction properties.

Even wealthy millennials are on the hunt for homes in more affordable areas, and it shows just how expensive housing in America has become

Some wealthy millennials opt for more affordable real-estate markets, like the suburbs or second-tier cities, while others buy fixer-uppers.
Walkability is a key factor for wealthy millennials buying real estate.

Wealthy millennials want homes that are within walking distance of their social lives, and it’s redefining how they’re thinking about trad...

Rich millennials are giving "good location" a new meaning in real estate: They're choosing non-traditional luxury neighborhoods that have walkability.
Most of America's wealthy millennials live in California.

Nearly half of America’s millennial millionaires live in California, and it highlights just how strong the relationship between tech, money, and...

Silicon Valley is powerful when it comes to minting new wealth. But more millionaires could contribute to the area's already extreme housing crisis.
Many millennial millionaires live in Silicon Valley ZIP codes.

The top 10 ZIP codes where America’s wealthiest millennials live, ranked

Most millennial millionaires live in Silicon Valley ZIPs. Only two ZIPs on the list aren't in California — they're in Maryland and Michigan.
Millennial millionaires are more likely to be married and homeowners than their peers.

Wealthy millennials are more likely to be married than the rest of their generation — and it shows how critical a role money plays in traditiona...

Millennial millionaires are nearly three times as likely to own homes and nearly twice as likely to be married as typical millennials.