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Mansions aren’t the only property millionaires have to worry about when a hurricane hits — there’s also yachts, cars, and wine colle...
Affluent homeowners' storm prepping differs in two ways: a higher level of insurance coverage and more money spent on hurricane-proofing features.
Penthouses, mansions, and luxury ranches aren’t selling across the US — and it could be a recession red flag
There's an abundance of luxury real estate across the US, and it may be a warning sign for an upcoming recession, reported CNBC.
New York execs are paying up to $350 an hour to have their closets organized and dishing out $300 for personal chef services — and it’s no...
Alix Strauss for The New York Times reports that many New York executives are paying hourly or weekly rates for personal helpers in order to save time.
Take a look inside the most expensive campground at Coachella, where people pay up to $25,000 to sleep in a yurt and be driven around by a personal go...
At Coachella's most expensive on-site campground, festival-goers can stay in luxury tents for rates between $9,500 and $25,000. Here's a look inside.
Choupette ate at the table, had two personal maids, and even earned $3 million as a model.
Meet the 10 richest people in finance, which includes hedge fund stars and reclusive investment moguls
They don't just work with money — they command enormous fortunes themselves.
People with less money may be more likely to share their wealth than the rich, according to a new study
A new study from Queen Mary University of London found that people with less wealth are more likely to contribute to a group pot than those who are higher status. But the researchers concluded this may not have anything to do with empathy.
Twitter users share what they would like to do if they were rich enough — and the posts are heartwarming and hilarious
Twitter users are sharing what they would do if they could afford it, using the hashtag #IdLikeToBeRichEnoughTo, and the responses are pretty funny.
Morning is when self-made millionaires create a lot of their wealth.
A recent book, Uneasy Street, highlights America's 1% and offers some unexpected insights into how they think. Most surprising? They don't think they're rich.