It’s easier than you think to retire rich.
Where would you draw the line on income when it comes to receiving unemployment benefits?
The U.S. lost 129,000 millionaire households in 2011, largely as a result of poor performance in the stock market.
It would be natural to expect someone who earns a high salary to be socking more money away than a lower-earning employee.
A new poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that the age at which children should be financially independent, according to parents, has crept up over the past decade. In 1993, 80 percent of parents said children should be independent by age 22. But in the new poll, only 67 percent of parents agreed with that
Do you need to have money to make money? Not necessarily. With dedication, consistency and time, it’s possible to start from scratch and end up at least in the top 10 percent of wealthiest Americans by the time you retire. According to researcher Spectrem Group, the number of U.S. households worth $1 million or more
Being a millionaire ain’t what it used to be. Nearly 800 wealthy individuals worldwide surveyed by Barclays Wealth say it takes a minimum of $10 million in liquid assets to define a person as wealthy. The fact that the definition specifies liquid wealth is important. As many of the superwealthy discovered during the recession, wealth
Just the number itself represents a milestone: seven figures that mark you as a millionaire. The U.S. has 10 million of them and the number is increasing, yet fewer people today believe they can attain that financial goal. A poll by Associated Press and CNBC finds that although 22 percent of respondents believe they need
The total wealth of the world’s millionaires will more than double by 2020, with the U.S. holding the lead, according to a study by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services and Oxford Economics. Worldwide wealth will balloon from $92 trillion worldwide this year to $202 trillion in 2020, an increase of 119 percent. Of the
Think you could never become a millionaire? Take inspiration from some college students who are already there. Fifteen college students, profiled over three years by Forbes, all made their wealth through entrepreneurship. Many saw a market need and filled it, while others turned a hobby into a business. Nearly all of them are already “serial