High Net Worth Living

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  1. Where Millionaires Are Moving (and Why)

    The rich can live anywhere. Here's where they choose to go.
  2. Why High Earners Still Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck

    Despite making six figure incomes, many high earners still struggle to get ahead financially, living paycheck to paycheck.
  3. The Best Time to Buy First Class Airline Tickets

    Book at least a week in advance and try these less-well-known routes to the least pricey first class seats.
  4. What Is Usain Bolt's Net Worth?

    How much does being the fastest human being on Earth get you?
  5. Top 3 Differences Between Business and First Class

    Should you pay extra to fly first class?
  6. Dan Loeb Makes Big Bet on BlackRock

    The billionaire's hedge fund, Third Point, believes BlackRock is a "misunderstood franchise" with unforeseen potential.
  7. Securities-Based Lending

    The practice of making loans using securities as collateral.
  8. 7 Financial Lessons to Master by the Time You're 30

    Once you hit your 30s, it is time to get serious about your finances and money skills. Here are the top money lessons you ...
  9. How to Avoid Taxation on Life Insurance Proceeds

    Decrease the value of your taxable estate and prevent the tax man from getting you one last time.
  10. Where to Buy a $10 Million Coin

    Vicken Yegparian shares how to buy Roman-era coins, and what piece Stack's Bowers once sold for a record $10 million.
  11. Bezos, Buffett and Ortega Battle it Out for World's Second Richest Man

    Despite the bump in Amazon stock after the Whole Foods deal, the race is on between Bezos and Zara's Ortega for the ever-changing ...
  12. The Rich Are Getting Richer

    The wealth distribution gap in the U.S. continues to grow, aided by recent gains in the stock market.
  13. 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.
  14. 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."
  15. 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?
  16. 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 ...
  17. 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 ...
  18. 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 ...
  19. Amex vs. Chase vs. Citi: Who Has the Best Rewards Points?

    Credit card rewards points aren't all created equal; some yield better benefits. How American Express, Citi, and Chase stack ...
  20. The Wealth Effect: Luxury Car Sales Are Up

    The rich are now feeling comfortable about buying luxury cars. Way more comfortable.
  21. How Your Body Responds to a Financial Windfall

    Sudden wealth can result in people behaving like in a crisis.
  22. The 6 Biggest Sudden Wealth Mistakes

    These six common sudden wealth sins have led to many bankruptcies.
  23. 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.
  24. President Trump’s Old Ferrari Auctioned After Speed Bump

    A Ferrari formerly owned by Donald Trump—the only president to have owned a supercar—was auctioned for $270,000.
  25. 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 ...
  26. The Number of Millionaires Continues to Increase

    Global wealth growth remains weak, but the number of millionaires in high-income economies is surging.
  27. Tony Robbins on the Fiduciary Rule

    Best-selling author and entrepreneur Tony Robbins on the Dept. of Labor's "Fiduciary Rule"
  28. Betterment's Jon Stein on the Future of Finance

    Betterment founder and CEO Jon Stein on the future of the financial industry.
  29. 5 Money Secrets the Rich and Frugal Already Know

    These top five secrets of the rich and frugal that can help individuals spend better and reach their financial goals like ...
  30. The Most Expensive States to Retire In

    Six places that aren't great for your retirement years (financially speaking).
  31. Buffett Sponsors $1 Million/yr March Madness Contest Again at Berkshire (BRK.A)

    Berkshire employees are testing the odds of betting on the right NCAA Basket Brackets
  32. Credit Card Review: Platinum American Express (AXP, JPM)

    But you get a $200 Uber bonus. Fee rises March 30. Is this premium travel rewards card still worth it?
  33. Tony Robbins on Ray Dalio's All-Weather Portfolio

    Author, Philanthropist and Strategist Tony Robbins on Ray Dalio.
  34. Which Cars and Trucks Do Wealthy Americans Drive?

    The top vehicles owned by the wealthy today are less about prestige and more about towing capacity.
  35. The Most Important Component of True Family Wealth

    The most important component in family wealth comes from people, and it has to be nurtured.
  36. 6 Outrageous Billionaire Purchases

    From costly pigeons to billion-dollar houses, we'll look at six of the most outrageous billionaire purchases.
  37. Lessons from Johnny Depp's Finances to Avoid Going Broke

    Average citizens and celebrities with millions alike need to keep an eye on their finances.
  38. Jay Z Starts His Own Venture Capital Fund

    After some lucrative private investments, Jay Z is now looking to start his own VC fund.
  39. Warren Buffett Gets a Big Thank You Note from Bill Gates

    Warren Buffett's investment philosophy and deep pockets have helped shape the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  40. 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.
  41. What is Impact Investing?

    What is impact investing?
  42. 50 Cent Broke No More

    After a business deal went awry, the rap star dug himself out of bankruptcy by suing his lawyers.
  43. Hedge Fund Fortunes Change, High-Rolling Culture Doesn't

    The lavish lifestyles of hedge fund employees have persisted, even as returns have dwindled.
  44. George Soros' Philanthropy Has Deep Personal Roots

    Soros's own experiences lead him to donate with his conscience.
  45. Economics of Owning a Beach House

    Discover how property taxes, insurance costs, climate and other risks can affect the cost of owning a beach house and what ...
  46. Warren Buffett's Genius Celebrated in Adorable HBO Documentary (BRK.A)

    The gajillionaire is portrayed as humble, but lovable – and also a little weird.
  47. Terri Kallsen: Inside Track

    Terri Kallsen shares her journey from the classroom to leading Investor Services for Charles Schwab.
  48. Peter Thiel Has New Zealand Citizenship Says Report (FB)

    The controversial investor and Trump advisor seems to have taken a liking to the island country.
  49. ResMed Reports Q2 Profit of $76.7M (RMD)

    ResMed on Monday released second-quarter revenue earnings of $530.4 million, which was an increase of 17 percent from the ...
  50. What Is the Value of an Academy Award?

    How much is an Academy Awards' Oscar statue worth? Less than you think.
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