Managing Wealth

  1. 6 Investing Mistakes That the Ultra Wealthy Don't Make

    Understand who ultra-high-net-worth individuals are and how they invest. Learn about the six key investment mistakes that ...
  2. Four Big Investor Errors

    These simple lessons can cut your losses
  3. Compensation Myths: Burger Flipper Vs. Investment Banker

    Though these two jobs are perceived as being opposites, the compensation can be quite comparable.
  4. HSBC to Hire 1,000 in China (HSBC)

    HSBC is starting a hiring spree in the south of mainland China.
  5. Investopedia's Oddest Business and Investing Terms

    The oddest business and investing terms found on Investopedia.
  6. Is Your Bank Pushing You Into the Wrong Products?

    Recent reports of questionable selling practices at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. underscore the need for banking customers ...
  1. Protecting Loved Ones Financially After You’re Gone

    A trust fund doesn't imply you don't trust your beneficiaries, it allows you to protect them.
  2. 4 Risks of Giving Your House to Your Child

    Your instincts may be generous, but handing over the house may not be the best financial plan for you – or your child.
  3. Decanting: Not Just for That Bottle of Cabernet

    Decanting an irrevocable trust is a useful tool to undo some of the missteps of the past.
  4. Three Documents You Shouldn't Do Without

    Estate planning is not just about the division of assets after you die. Read on to save your loved ones extra grief.
  5. The Only 3 Reasons Why You Should Have an Irrevocable Trust

    Only put your assets in an irrevocable trust for one of these three reasons.
  6. Why Your Family Business Needs a Succession Plan

    It is important to have a succession plan in place for your family business.
  1. World's Most Expensive (and Cheapest) Cities

    The latest study points out that expensive does not always mean livable and cheap may subject you to other kinds of costs.
  2. Rent-To-Own Homes: How The Process Works

    Here's what to watch for when negotiating a contract for a rent-to-own home – and who is a good candidate for this option.
  3. The Home Appraisal: Your Key to a Successful Refinance

    When you refinance your mortgage, everything hinges on the appraisal. Here's what appraisers look at, how to make your home ...
  4. Timeshares: Dream Vacation or Money Pit?

    This popular real estate product has its advantages, but don't expect to make a profit.
  5. Top U.S. Housing Market Indicators

    A quick overview of the top economic indicators to track the housing market in the U.S.
  6. Zillow Estimates: Not As Accurate As You Think

    Zillow uses a variety of data to calculate its "Zestimates," but anything from the wrong property details to missing upgrades ...
  1. What Are Direct Primary Care Doctors and How Do You Find One?

    Direct primary care physicians say they can spend more time with patients, but the number of doctors offering this approach ...
  2. Insolvency Clause

    An insolvency clause is a reinsurance contract clause that requires the reinsurer to uphold its obligations even if the ceding ...
  3. 12 Insurance Questions for High Net Worth Families

    High net worth families should ask themselves these 12 questions regarding comprehensive insurance.
  4. Protect Your Assets from Liability in Illinois

    Asset protection is a fundamental part of risk management. Use these tips to protect your assets.
  5. Zika Virus: Latest Advice on Staying Safe

    Thinking of an escape to the Caribbean for some midwinter sunshine? Check in first to find out the latest on Zika.
  6. Life Insurance Premium Financing: Worth the Risk?

    Life insurance premium financing lets high net worth individuals buy costly insurance without liquidating assets.
  1. The Basics of Building a Tax-Efficient Portfolio

    Each income category offers different strategies and vehicles to reduce or defer taxes.
  2. Opinion: Trump's 'Tax Reform' Plan: The Rich Get Richer, You Get Screwed

    For those with money to burn, there will be more of it. For everyone else, not so much.
  3. Can Trump Kill the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)?

    Getting rid of the AMT would be great for upper-middle class taxpayers.
  4. 4 Risks of Giving Your House to Your Child

    Your instincts may be generous, but handing over the house may not be the best financial plan for you – or your child.
  5. Countries with the Highest Income Taxes

    Before you move to one of these countries with the highest income taxes, think through the overall tax situation - and what ...
  6. Why Players Are the Winners in Raiders' Move to Vegas

    Whether you watch professional sports or are a professional athlete, financial planning is the same.
  1. United Airlines vs. Delta First Class: Which Is Better?

    Both airlines allow you to check two free bags to most destinations when you fly first class, but baggage isn’t everything.
  2. Investopedia's Guide to Watching 'Wizard of Lies,' HBO's Madoff Movie

    Who's who, and all the financial background you need to watch HBO's tragic "The Wizard of Lies."
  3. Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite vs. Platinum vs. Sapphire Reserve

    The brand-new U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite credit card targets Platinum and Sapphire Reserve. Which is best?
  4. China's Billionaire Boom Is Picking Up Pace

    China accounted for the majority of newly-minted billionaires during the last three years, with the highest ratio of female ...
  5. 401(k) Alternatives for High-Income Earners

    One downside to earning more is a higher tax rate on your 401(k) distributions. Here's how high-earners can minimize that ...
  6. How Much Puts You in the 1% in America's Richest Cities

    If you’re looking to join the 1% club, you can do it with an income not far above $100,000, but you won’t be doing it in ...
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