High Net Worth Living

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  1. Inkjet Print

    An inkjet print is a form of digital image print that is made using an inkjet printer.
  2. A New Era of Divorce Planning

    The TCJA of 2017 is altering the divorce planning landscape. Wealthy individuals will be hurt the most, and many are racing ...
  3. Limited Edition

    A limited edition is a small run of items, such as a print of a master image, meant to create a sense of rarity or exclusivity ...
  4. Fractional Gift

    A fractional gift entails a gradual charitable donation of a work of art in order to receive the maximum a tax break.
  5. Pick-Up Tax

    The pickup tax was created to allow US states to share in US federal estate tax proceeds but was phased out completely by ...
  6. 5 Highest-Paid Soccer Players

    Take a look at who the highest-paid soccer players are and how they compare with each other.
  7. Net Worth of Cristiano Ronaldo

    Find out Cristiano Ronaldo's net worth and how he became one of the richest athletes in the world.
  8. Paper Industry ETF

    The paper industry ETF is an exchange-traded fund that invests primarily in manufacturers of paper and pulp.
  9. Exclusive Assortment

    When a retailer chooses to display the products of a single designer, they are employing an exclusive assortment merchandising ...
  10. Pharmaceutical Industry ETF

    A pharmaceutical industry ETF is a sector-following fund that invests in developers and manufacturers of pharmaceuticals.
  11. Auto Industry ETF

    An auto industry ETF is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that invests specifically in the automobile industry.
  12. The Top 4 eBay Shareholders (EBAY)

    Learn about the activities, achievements and backgrounds of the four individuals who hold the largest positions in the stock ...
  13. Services Sector ETF

    The services sector ETF is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that invests in either the consumer services sector or financial ...
  14. No-Fee ETF

    A no-fee ETF is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that a broker does not charge a commission or fee to be traded.
  15. Steel Industry ETF

    A steel industry ETF is a sector exchange-traded fund that invests only in companies that manufacture and market steel.
  16. Semiconductor Industry ETF

    A semiconductor industry ETF is a sector-following fund that invests in developers, manufacturers and marketers of digital ...
  17. Water ETF

    A water ETF is an exchange-traded fund that invests in companies operating in industries that provide services or products ...
  18. China ETF

    A China ETF is an exchange-traded fund that invests in and tracks the equity stakes of China-based companies.
  19. Preferred Stock ETF

    A preferred stock ETF is an exchange-traded fund that either tracks a preferred stock index or invests primarily in preferred ...
  20. Watercraft Insurance

    Watercraft insurance, also known as boat and personal watercraft insurance, provides coverage for towing, wreckage removal, ...
  21. Securities-Based Lending

    Securities-based lending is the practice of making loans using securities as collateral.
  22. Decamillionaire

    Decamillionaire is a term used for someone with a net worth of over 10 million of a given currency, most often U.S. dollars, ...
  23. How did Warren Buffett get started in business?

    Warren Buffett may have been born with business in his blood, but it was a brush with Benjamin Graham that put him on his ...
  24. Bona Fide Foreign Resident

    A Bona Fide Foreign Resident is a resident of a foreign country for an entire tax year, who the IRS deems eligible for the ...
  25. Gross-Income Test

    The Gross-Income test is one of the five tests where dependents may not exceed certain earnings annually.
  26. Relationship Test

    The Relationship Test is test one must pass in order to be claimed as a dependent on another’s tax return, satisfying one ...
  27. Support Test

    One of five tests taxpayers must pass in order to claim a dependent, proving they paid at least half of prospective dependents' ...
  28. Dependent Care Credit

    The Dependent Care Credit is a tax credit for un-reimbursed childcare expenses paid by working taxpayers, to encourage their ...
  29. Child And Dependent Care Credit

    Child and dependent care credit is a non-refundable tax credit for unreimbursed childcare expenses paid by working taxpayers.
  30. 529 Savings Plan

    A 529 Savings Plan is a tax-advantaged college savings account created by a holder for a designated beneficiary, for tuition, ...
  31. Citizenship Test

    A key criteria test set forth by the IRS, that an individual must satisfy in order to be claimed as another person's dependent.
  32. Will Your Retirement Income Be Enough?

    How to figure if you'll have enough for those golden years – and what factors to consider in crunching the numbers.
  33. Viator

    A viator is a person with terminal or a life-threatening illness who sells a life insurance policy at a steep discount to ...
  34. Banks Enter the Robo Advisory Game

    The partnership announced this week between Fifth Third Bancorp and Fidelity is one of about a half-dozen similar partnerships ...
  35. Buffett Rule

    The Buffett Rule is a tax proposal for a 30 percent effective federal tax rate on the income of millionaires.
  36. Investing in Fine Wine

    If you fail to uncork profits by investing in wine, you can always toast your loss.
  37. Crummey Power

    Crummey power is a technique that enables a person to receive a gift that is not eligible for a gift-tax exclusion and change ...
  38. Contemplating Collectible Investments

    Profit margins are slim, but that needn't deter those with a passion for eras past.
  39. Why Johnny Depp and Mike Tyson Sued their Advisors

    We may not be victimized A-listers, but what can we learn from their financial mistakes?
  40. 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 ...
  41. 5 Retirement Questions Everyone Must Answer

    Find out what information you need to guide your post-work life planning and achieve your goals.
  42. Returning to South Korea to Retire: A How-to Guide

    If you plan on retiring to South Korea – whether or not you have roots there – top considerations include rules on visas, ...
  43. 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 ...
  44. Personal Trust

    A personal trust is one that a person creates for him or herself as the beneficiary.
  45. Charitable Remainder Trust

    A charitable remainder trust is a tax-exempt irrevocable trust designed to reduce the taxable income of individuals and support ...
  46. Trustor

    A trustor is an individual or organization that gifts funds or assets to others.
  47. Gift Letter

    A gift letter is written correspondence explicitly stating that money received from a friend or relative is a gift.
  48. 7 Real-Life Ways to Become a Billionaire

    The majority of billionaires follow similar paths. Will you follow in their footsteps?
  49. Biggest Surprises on Bloomberg's List of Highest-Paid CEOs

    The pay earned by top executives in 2017 is completely different than—and way ahead of—a year ago.
  50. Golden Geese

    Golden geese refers to a source of a lot of money, big spenders or hot investments that are expected to yield a high return.
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Hot Definitions
  1. Diversification

    Diversification is the strategy of investing in a variety of securities in order to lower the risk involved with putting ...
  2. Intrinsic Value

    Intrinsic value is the perceived or calculated value of a company, including tangible and intangible factors, and may differ ...
  3. Current Assets

    Current assets is a balance sheet item that represents the value of all assets that can reasonably expected to be converted ...
  4. Volatility

    Volatility measures how much the price of a security, derivative, or index fluctuates.
  5. Money Market

    The money market is a segment of the financial market in which financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities ...
  6. Cost of Debt

    Cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its current debt as part of its capital structure.
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