Nearly half of millennial millionaires have at least 25% of their wealth in cryptocurrencies, according to the CNBC Millionaire Survey.
Despite lofty market levels, most millionaires plan to maintain or add to their stock holdings next year, according to the CNC Millionaire Survey.
Nearly two-thirds of millionaires say taxes will go up under a Biden administration, according to the survey.
Nearly a quarter of millionaires surveyed by CNBC said that they'd spend less this year compared to the 2019 holiday season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Financial experts warn about the dire consequences of giving your adult children money. Yet, in these trying times, it may be necessary.
Independents are a key voting bloc in the 2020 election. Here is what millionaires among these swing voters think about President Trump, the coronavirus, and the economy.
A majority of millionaires are hoarding cash. CNBC's Robert Frank reports the results of CNBC's Millionaire Survey.
A majority of American millionaires say they plan to spend less this summer than in years past, according to the Q2 CNBC Millionaire Survey. Real estate, new cars and vacations are the expenses they are most likely to put on hold.
A majority of millionaires surveyed by CNBC and Spectrem said the S&P 500 will end the year down, according to the survey,
Many American millionaires think the US economy will continue up in 2020, but after a decade without a recession, more of the wealthy are preparing for weakness.
Attitudes toward the wealth tax are also strongly dependent on political party rather than wealth levels, according to the CNBC Millionaire Survey.
Asked which candidate they support for president in 2020, 36% of millionaires named Trump, up from 32% in May, according to the Q4 CNBC Millionaire Survey.
See how Bill Gates would be impacted by tax proposals by 2020 Democratic candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Test scores and alumni donations play a role in helping wealthy students get into top colleges, but millionaire families tell CNBC extracurricular activities are more important than spending big on tutors or writing big checks to schools.
Political polarization is spurring voter engagement and more small-dollar donors for 2020 presidential campaigns. But the majority of Americans have not donated or have no plans to donate money to candidates, according to the CNBC and Acorns survey.
The celebrity college-cheating scandal shows what people with money will do to get their kids into college. But for most affluent Americans, the No. 1 way to increase admissions odds is encouraging participation in extracurricular activities.
American millionaires would elect Joe Biden over President Donald Trump if the former vice president becomes the Democratic nominee, according the CNBC Millionaire survey.
CNBC's latest Millionaire Survey finds that America's wealthy remain confident in stocks and the economy even as trade wars persist and President Trump and the Federal Reserve spar over interest rates.
A majority of millionaires support Sen. Elizabeth Warren's proposed tax on large wealth, according to the CNBC Millionaire survey.
As the Dow tanks and tech stocks enter a bear market, there is no end to panicky headlines about the stampede to cash and bonds. The truth is that wealthy investors have been in fixed income and cash since well before the recent volatility started.
As Democrats get closer to raising taxes, financial advisors and their well-off clients are taking steps now to avoid some of those steeper levies later.
Adam Rosendorff, a former Theranos employee, testified on Friday that he quit the blood-testing start-up after initially thinking it would be the next Apple.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses the game of limbo taking place between the U.S. House of Representatives and President Biden on where to set the tax rate for the wealthy.
The latest CNBC Fed Survey.
Americans are still shaken by the pandemic and the volatility of the markets. Many are working to manage the impact on their retirement and savings. The implications of the pandemic and economic volatility and changes in tax laws bring new considerations for individuals and especially those retirees planning for and managing future finances.
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