America’s affluent say they’re nervous about volatility
Bankrate’s recent Money Pulse survey finds that the affluent pay more attention to their credit. You should, too.
Despite economic optimism, the rich are not gung-ho on the stock market.
Memories of the recession are fading as consumers gear up for a happy holiday spending season.
The rich are doing their best to avoid shopping temptations this year.
More than half of working Americans (57 percent) with between $50,000 and $250,000 in investable assets, defined as the mass affluent, say they will retire later than planned. That’s an increase of 36 percent from those who said the same thing a year ago. A survey by Bank of America shows that despite more effort