It depends on where you live and how much you make getting in the top 1%, it's possible that you're in the top 1%.
According to the report, a family has to earn $597,815 a year in order to be considered in the top 1% in the U.S. That number varies depending on what state you are in.
The report said that SmartAsset analyzed IRS data from 2018 for tax units and adjusted the figures to 2021 dollars using the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers CPI-W from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
According to SmartAsset, there are the highest and lowest thresholds for being in the 1%.
States with the 1% income threshold are the highest.
States with the 1% income threshold are the lowest.
Here is SmartAsset's report on What It Takes to Be in the 1% By State to see the full map.