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Nearly half of Americans support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 70% marginal tax on the super-rich, according a new poll
Just under half of Americans support Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's 70% marginal tax rate on those who make over $10 million, a new poll found.
Bill Gates says the politicians proposing 70% income tax rates for the superrich are ‘missing the picture’
Bill Gates said we're "missing the picture" if we focus only on raising the top income tax rate for the wealthiest Americans.
An $82 million penthouse in NYC’s tallest residential building finally sold after 2 years on the market — but only after it was split in h...
An $82 million penthouse in NYC sat on the market for 2 years before selling at a $21 million price cut — but only after it was split into two units.
From construction to cars to software, here are the richest members currently serving in the House and Senate, based on their reported net worth.
Millionaires are showing off their money differently than they used to, and it’s led to the creation of 2 distinct luxury worlds
The definition of luxury is evolving, and the change applies to not only what people are spending money on, but how they're doing it.
A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered where you choose to live has 2 effects on your ability to build wealth
Your neighborhood impacts your savings — if you live in an affluent neighborhood, you're more likely to mirror your neighbor's consumption habits.
Merrill Lynch is creating a guide to help wealthy people choose how to spend their money, and there are only 4 options
Once you've reached a comfortable level of wealth, your spending should align with your end goal, according to a forthcoming guide from Merrill Lynch.
The same city has been ranked the most expensive city in the world for 5 years running, and it’s partially because of the cost of buying a car
For the fifth year running, Singapore is the most expensive city in the world. It's followed by Paris and Zurich in a tie for second place.
Being rich isn't about how much money you make or spend — it's about how much money you keep.
The 5 richest men in the US have a staggering combined wealth of more than $415 billion — otherwise known as more than 2% of America’s GDP...
Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Mark Zuckerberg, and Larry Page are worth a combined $415 billion. That's equal to about 2% of the USA's $20.66 trillion GDP.