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The vast majority of people the Obamacare won't mean higher taxes, but the wealthy and a hodgepodge of others will be caught up in the ACA's many provisions.
An analysis of the billionaire signers of the Giving Pledge shows that most of them are bankers and financiers who are older than 65 and give to health and education causes.
Russian Billionaire Andrew Melnichenko is building what is likely to become the largest sailing yacht in the world.
A new survey shows that the One Percent are hoarding cash and piling up savings. But they also support higher taxes on themselves.
Long before Obama used the phrase "Robin Hood in reverse," it was a staple of American politics — though it has not always been used accurately.
Millions of American kids will arrive home this month full of stories about traditional activities like archery and swimming. The summer retreats we feature here break that mold.
In a time when musicians made an average of about $34,000 off their music before deducting touring and recording expenses, rock stars have begun expanding their brands.
A trio of wealthy political neophytes has roiled Republican Senate primary races, using personal fortunes to highlight their business backgrounds.
Falling prices for mansions have sparked a new wave of deals in the market for $1 million-plus homes. Will it continue?
An increasing number of haute hotels now offer something beyond mere refinement: themed suites that promise both shut-eye and eye-popping escapism.
The recent decline in social-media stocks has shaved billions off the fortunes of company founders. But some took money off the table before the plunge.
The value of the 20 percent tax cut for richer Americans would exceed the gains they get from popular tax breaks that Romney would chop.
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The Facebook co-founder who renounced his U.S. citizenship has an estimated net worth of $2.2 billion.
The wealthy are often the “first in and first out” of recessions, taking the initial risk and seeing the earliest signs of light, but the volatility of the markets has the ultra wealthy
For those who can afford the $1,600 fare, getting to the Olympics means a quick ride on a yacht up the Thames.
A Gallup poll shows that taxing wealthy Americans doesn't even rank among the top 10 issues for American voters in November.
Lower mortgage rates help all homeowners, but those with the highest monthly payments benefit most, and can afford to refinance repeatedly.
Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista lost $6 billion in 48 hours in this summer. That may be a record for speed and dollar amount, even among today's High-Beta Rich.
The economy needs the kick-start of high-earners buying luxury goods, but a new survey says rich consumers are no more confident than the rest of us.