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The typical American household earns $61,000 a year. Here are 15 states where the typical resident earns even less.
The states with the lowest incomes in the US are well below the national median, and are predominately in the South.
The wealth gap between generations in the US has nearly doubled in the past 20 years — and the Great Recession, an unaffordable housing market, ...
Millennials have seen a decrease in net worth compared to the same-aged cohort 20 years ago, while baby boomers have seen an increase, says a study.
The average American household earns $61,000 a year. Here are 17 states where the typical resident earns even more.
These 17 states had the highest incomes in 2017, according to Census Bureau data, and the west coast and New England aren't the only wealthy areas.
Elon Musk just endorsed democrat Andrew Yang for president because he wants to give everyone in the US $1,000 per month for free. Here’s what ba...
Elon Musk endorsed democrat Andrew Yang for president. Yang's plan for the US wealth divide is universal basic income. Here's how basic income works.
One in 10 ultra-wealthy Hong Kong residents lost their millionaire status in 2018, and an expert says the extreme wealth loss highlights the volatilit...
Hong Kong's wealthiest residents enjoy the greatest profits when the markets are bullish, but experience the steepest losses during market routs.
Most millionaires don't think they're wealthy. Increased living costs and a shrinking middle class are influencing how people view wealth and class.
Berkshire Hathaway is the most expensive stock in the world. Here’s what else you can buy for a single share.
Whether you want to bankroll five years of college or buy your dream car, a single Berkshire Hathaway Class A share of can pay for a lot of luxuries.
For those looking to make seven figures by age 30, what you do in your 20s matters. These 11 tips may help you become a self-made millionaire.
Millennials with at least $250,000 to invest today still think they'll retire with debt, a survey by the financial-services firm D.A. Davidson found.
These 10 billionaires have all gone broke or declared bankruptcy — read the wild stories of how they lost their fortunes
These billionaires were on top of the world before declaring bankruptcy or losing a majority of their money.