From fancy cars to big houses to five-star restaurants, there are certain things that people associate with financial success. To consider themselves “successful,” people want homes twice the value of their current ones, personal trainers to help them out at the gym and even housekeepers to help them keep up with these big homes.
In the U.S., people are hard to satisfy and they’re constantly wanting things bigger and better. A recent study by credit card company Discover, which surveyed more than 1,000 Americans across the country, uncovered the top things that people believe indicate financial success. It turns out, the “American Dream” today means owning a fancy car, having a housekeeper and taking luxury vacations.
So what does it mean to “make it” in America? Here are 10 things that people think indicate financial success.