As if being the highest-paid coach in college football isn’t enough, Alabama’s Nick Saban got a nice bonus from boosters: a paid-off mortgage.
A new survey suggests that businesses need to get involved in lifting more of the middle class into prosperity.
The rich want to leave a legacy, but many are overspending.
I bought a $1 scratch-off lottery ticket every day for a month. Here’s how my experiment fared.
The economic outlook as measured by household balance sheets continues to improve.
The decision to walk away from the path to financial success is not easy.
The rich really are different — at least in the way they save and invest. Some of their ideas might be worth copying.
More members of Congress than ever are joining the ranks of the wealthy.
The rich who got richer this year added a collective $100 billion to their balance sheets.
The wealth effect isn’t kicking in, as consumers remain cautious with their finances.