High Net Worth Living

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  1. 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 ...
  2. Divorce Planning Checklist: What You Need to Know

    Divorce can be costly and hard if you don't plan for it. Making sure you stay organized will go a long way in easing the ...
  3. 2017’s Most Expensive Cell Phones

    2017’s most expensive cell phones have a variety of high-tech features that are intended to justify their cost.
  4. Jay Z Starts His Own Venture Capital Fund

    After starting his own VC fund, Jay Z is reportedly looking to buyout Harvey Weinstein's interest in The Weinstein Company.
  5. Surprising Uses for Trust Funds

    Here are five common situations where a trust fund makes financial sense.
  6. 7 Real-Life Ways to Become a Billionaire

    The majority of billionaires follow similar paths. Will you follow in their footsteps?
  7. How to Create a Budget With Your Spouse

    Learn how to create a budget with your spouse, whether you're a newlywed or you've been married for decades.
  8. Why You Should Front Load Your 529 Plan

    If you can, take advantage of a little-known tax break and front load your 529 plan to maximize the effect of compounding. ...
  9. Top 3 Trends Affecting Private Wealth Management

    Don't miss out on high-net-worth clients because you aren't prepared for their service demands.
  10. Contemplating Collectible Investments

    Profit margins are slim, but that needn't deter those with a passion for eras past.
  11. World’s Best Airline VIP Lounges

    Which VIP lounges are best and how to get yourself into them.
  12. Value-Added Tax - VAT

    A type of consumption tax placed on a product whenever value is added at a stage of production and at final sale, most often ...
  13. Fine Art Can Be A Fine Investment

    The art market is fickle, and there are no guarantees of profitability. But art can prove a worthy investment.
  14. 4 Ways To Cut Your Living Expenses

    Living expenses can add up if you're not careful. Here's how to save on everyday living expenses.
  15. When Leasing A Car Is Better Than Buying

    Leasing a car isn't for everyone. But it's attractive for those who want low initial payments and the ability to get a new ...
  16. Why Gene Simmons wants you to go to the library

    "Being an entrepreneur means you have to step up and do the work."
  17. 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.
  18. Affluenza

    A condition arising from the desire to be more wealthy; also, the inability to understand the consequences of actions because ...
  19. The Most Expensive Sports Trophies

    Pro sports' championship hardware costs a fortune to craft. Find out which North American sport boasts the most valuable ...
  20. Should You Insure Your Wedding Ring?

    A wedding ring's value and your current insurance coverage play a role in a decision to insure the ring.
  21. Tips on Buying a Beach Condo in Puerto Rico

    The island has beautiful beaches, a great climate, tax breaks for American buyers – but also a huge debt crisis. Still game? ...
  22. Car Leases: Should You Take The Purchase Option?

    In general, the fact that you know the car is to your benefit. Before deciding, compare the buyback price to what the car ...
  23. The Number of Millionaires Continues to Increase

    Global wealth growth remains weak, but the number of millionaires in high-income economies is surging.
  24. If You Had a Superyacht Job ...

    By working a job on a superyacht, one can travel the world for free and earn money while doing so.
  25. Where Millionaires Are Moving (and Why)

    The rich can live anywhere. Here's where they choose to go.
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. What Is Usain Bolt's Net Worth?

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

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

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

    The practice of making loans using securities as collateral.
  32. 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.
  33. 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 ...
  34. The Rich Are Getting Richer

    The wealth distribution gap in the U.S. continues to grow, aided by recent gains in the stock market.
  35. 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.
  36. 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."
  37. 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?
  38. 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 ...
  39. 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 ...
  40. 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 ...
  41. 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 ...
  42. The Wealth Effect: Luxury Car Sales Are Up

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

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

    These six common sudden wealth sins have led to many bankruptcies.
  45. 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.
  46. 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.
  47. 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 ...
  48. Tony Robbins on the Fiduciary Rule

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

    Betterment founder and CEO Jon Stein on the future of the financial industry.
  50. 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 ...
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