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Millionaires who plan their charitable giving say their approach is more effective and they are more satisfied with their impact; however, just 9 percent of wealthy investors receive advice from their financial advisors on philanthropy.
The well-preserved vase dates from the 18th century, originally made for a Qing dynasty emperor.
Unless companies and investors step up and change their priorities, inequality will get worse and the government will be forced to step in to close the wealth gap.
Total giving was up 5 percent in 2017, according to the Giving USA annual report.
If you've recently received an inheritance, it's probably not under the best circumstances. Here are four examples of poor decisions made by those who have received a windfall.
The bitcoin frenzy is attracting new speculators to this wild west market so early investors are cashing out, the Financial Times reports.
John Fotiadis designed some of Trump's most ambitious luxury developments in the former Soviet Union. He supplied vision and technical expertise that complemented Trump's salesmanship and attorney-fixer Michael Cohen's brass tacks negotiating.
John Fotiadis, the mysterious architect who worked on several projects for Donald Trump, was involved with other prominent business figures in Eastern Europe.
A Russian billionaire was ordered to hand over his $500 million yacht to his ex-wife by a UK judge. But he said no way and now it's stuck in a dry dock in Dubai, the New York Times reports.
Some of the planet's most powerful people will take part in the infamously secretive Bilderberg meeting that begins Thursday to discuss their most pressing concerns, including Russia, free trade and the "post-truth" world.
It will take more than algorithms and client intake questionnaires to replace human financial advisors, said Joe Duran, founder and CEO of United Capital.
A look at how the world's richest man invests his money.
Billionaire Leon Cooperman reveals what makes him pull the trigger on an investment, including why free cash flow is one of the top metrics while making decisions.
The 1963 Ferrari GTO — one of only 36 that were made — was sold in a private deal, according to Marcel Massini, the world's top collectible Ferrari expert.
Rare Winnie the Pooh sketches by E.H. Shepard to be put up for auction at Sotheby's London.
My dad taught me to define myself by what I did with what I had. Money can't buy happiness but can provide freedom.
You've worked for years to accumulate a nest egg for your retirement. Here's how to make it last.
If you return to work in retirement, be aware of how extra income will affect other areas of your financial life.