The U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth survey of 684 high net-worth individuals shows the wealthy aren’t as risky as they are portrayed in movies like “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
Moving is a pain, even for the rich. In fact, a new study finds that the wealthy don’t move that much even if relocation would lower their tax rates.
Like it or not, the 1-percenters will be in the spotlight this presidential election year.
A recent poll found that most people aren’t too upset about their own tax bills. However, they do worry that corporations and the wealthy aren’t paying their fair share of taxes.
Globally, philanthropic giving among the rich is closing in on pre-recession levels.
Those who don’t need the money are often the ones who want to keep working in retirement.
A hefty cash cushion can throw family dynamics off-kilter.
The super-wealthy aren’t trust-fund babies; nor are they Ivy-Leaguers.
A high net worth can make the process of splitting up even more savage, but it’s not always about the money.
The top 1 percent in income are expected to spend the most this holiday season.