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The first personal finance book I ever read completely changed the way I think about and manage my money

Lots of personal finance books teach you about money, but "The Millionaire Next Door" taught me about perspective.

Owning a private jet is not for the mere millionaires among us

Buying a private plane can cost anywhere from $3 million to upwards of $90 million. That's just the beginning of the costs of private jet ownership.

Alibaba hit $13 billion in sales in the first hour of Singles’ Day. Meet the event’s creator and Alibaba cofounder Jack Ma, the richest pe...

Jack Ma grew up poor in China, failed his university-entrance exam twice, and was rejected from dozens of jobs before finding success with Alibaba.
Michael Bloomberg is reportedly considering a run for president.

Michael Bloomberg is reportedly planning to run for president. Here’s how the 8th-richest person in the US and former NYC mayor makes and spends...

Michael Bloomberg has donated at least $8 billion to charity and owns homes in New York City, the Hamptons, London, and Bermuda.
The typical millennial millionaire has a net worth ranging from $1 to $2.49 million.

Meet the typical millennial millionaire in America, who has a real-estate portfolio worth $1.4 million, is married, and is more likely to live in Cali...

There are 618,000 millennial millionaires in America. Many live in California, donate to charity, and view real estate as a key way to build wealth.
Brandon Neth.

A man who inherited a 6-figure trust fund at 20 and wound up in debt anyway shares the advice he’d give his younger self

Brandon Neth inherited about $123,000 from his late father and grandfather when he was 20. He spent most of it on cars, clothes, and restaurants.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Tech billionaires’ net worth has skyrocketed, and it looks like they’ll only get richer

"Tech billionaires have driven almost a third of the growth in billionaire wealth" over the past five years, a new UBS report found.
Wealthy millennials are inclined to buy fixer-uppers in West Hollywood because they can't afford new construction properties.

Even wealthy millennials are on the hunt for homes in more affordable areas, and it shows just how expensive housing in America has become

Some wealthy millennials opt for more affordable real-estate markets, like the suburbs or second-tier cities, while others buy fixer-uppers.
The Forbes 400 list of richest Americans looks very different today from how it looked in 1982.

Comparing Forbes’ lists of America’s richest people from 1982 and 2019 shows how differently wealth is tracked today

The first Forbes 400 list of the richest Americans was published in 1982, and it looked very different from the 2019 version.
Student loan debt makes up 40% of millennial debt.

The wealth gap between generations in the US has nearly doubled in the past 20 years — and the Great Recession, an unaffordable housing market, ...

Millennials have seen a decrease in net worth compared to the same-aged cohort 20 years ago, while baby boomers have seen an increase, says a study.