Wealth

“That’s the power of having a plan in place: You can see what’s on the horizon,” she said. “Not stumbling on it can make a big difference.” As part of your plan, assess how a big life change could influence cash flow and expenses, said Janet Stanzak, a certified financial planner and principal of Financial
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The report highlights how global growth has lifted the fortunes of the wealthy and hiked luxury real estate prices in the top cities. “2017 was a year when the economic stars aligned and relatively healthy growth was seen across most markets,” the report said. Indeed, almost all of the cities have become more expensive over
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Cryptocurrencies have attracted investments from the ultra-rich around the world even though they may lack sufficient understanding of the technology behind the asset class. Around 21 percent of respondents in an annual survey of wealth advisers and private bankers said their clients increased investments in cryptocurrencies in 2017, according to the latest Wealth Report by
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Members of China’s billionaire-studded ceremonial legislature are even richer than last year. It’s all the more remarkable considering the number of super rich lawmakers dropped by about a quarter, according to wealth compiler Hurun Report, China’s version of the Forbes rich list. Hurun’s report released Friday found 152 super-wealthy delegates to the National People’s Congress
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Altogether, the “Everyone Wins” gift bags are valued at over “six-figures” although Distinctive Assets declined to say exactly how much (however, the trip for two to Tanzania is worth $40,000 alone, the company said). They are sent to all 25 Oscar nominees in the acting and directing categories in the week leading up to the
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China’s billionaire population is on the rise. Today, the country is home to 10 percent of the world’s almost 2,400 billionaires, according to the latest report from Wealth-X. But, perhaps more notably, a massive 94 percent of them are self-made. Growth in China’s technology, consumer retail and real estate sectors over the past five to
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After winning the presidency in 1999, leftist President Hugo Chavez was proud of improving Venezuela‘s social indicators due to oil-fueled welfare policies. But his successor President Nicolas Maduro’s rule since 2013 has coincided with a deep recession, due to failed state-led economic policies and the plunge in global oil prices. Wednesday’s study flagged Venezuelans’ deteriorating
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Public school superintendents listen up. Abington High School, outside Philadelphia, just got one of its former students, billionaire private equity titan and philanthropist Steve Schwarzman, to donate $25 million. How did the school do it? Schwarzman, co-founder of Blackstone Group, told CNBC on Thursday: “I was asked. That’s always the way something happens.” “It starts
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