It's usually considered impolite to ask how much money someone makes, but that question is at the forefront of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Protesters announce they are among the 99 percent of income earners who aren't getting the financial and tax benefits the top 1 percent receives.
So just how much do you have to earn to be part of the elite 1 percent?
That depends on whose figures you use.
Based on 2009 tax year filing data, the Internal Revenue Service says an adjusted gross income, or AGI, of $343,927 or more will put you in the top 1 percent of taxpayers.