Visualizing Cash

What large units of cash look like

This is what kicked off this "Visualize Everything" section of the site. Its lunchtime so there is not much time to add much to the first page, but let's get started!

But before we do, there are two things I should make perfectly clear...

 

We are using $100 dollar bills, not $1 bills.  We'll start with one packet...

This packet is a stack of one hundred $100 dollar bills. It's about 6" by 2-1/2" by 0.43" high.

100 x $100 = $10,000

 

Just some base information  if you want to visualize yourself in the mix

A "typical" college degreed earner at age 55:

Salary at Retirement
$85,000

Annual Pension
$42,500

Equivalent Net Worth
$1,062,500

 

On to some real people!

 

Me
This is not accurate per my actual net worth but lets just say I had $100,000 in net worth. It makes the visual scale up easier to visualize. 
The actual US average net worth is between $25,000 and $84,000 within the 25% -> 65%.

$100,000 in $100 bills. Kinda sad looking huh.

 

 

 

... and here is what a millionaire's stack looks like

$1 million in a single palette layer stack of $100 bills 

 

 

Below represent 100 million, he's just shy at 95. Poor guy.

 

 

JK Rowling

1 Billion

 

Oprah Winfrey

3.6 Billion

 

 

The Harry Potter Franchise

15 Billion

 

 

US Military budget for 2015