Wealth

Khoshbin fueling up his Agera RS Phoenix @mannykhoshbin on Instagram When California real estate investor Manny Khoshbin spent $2.2 million on the fastest street-legal car in the world, he had no idea it would also become the fastest-appreciating asset he’d ever own. “Quickest $1.9 million I ever made,” Khoshbin told CNBC. Khoshbin is an Instagram
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When celebrity plastic surgeon Raj Kanodia started building his 34,000-square-foot mansion to flip for a profit, his real estate friends gave him a warning. “They said, ‘You’re way out of your league,'” Kanodia recalled. “They told me, ‘You’ll run out of money and you’ll be forced to sell it to service your debts.'” Four years
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Jonya | Getty Images Economic optimism among young people is at record lows around the world, according to a new research. Deloitte’s 2019 Millennial Survey, published Monday, found that younger generations are not particularly satisfied with their financial situations, jobs, or governments. Researchers from the management consultancy surveyed 13,416 millennials across 42 countries and 3,009
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With 401(k) balances near all-time highs, retirement savers are probably feeling pretty good about themselves these days. The first part of this year saw record contributions, thanks, in part, to a strong stock market, according to Fidelity, the nation’s largest provider of 401(k) plans. Eventually though, savers will have to take distributions from those accounts.
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Bloomberg | Getty Images Amid concerns about trade wars and political dysfunction, the wealthiest investors are padding their cash cushions. Members of TIGER 21, a group of more than 600 individuals with at least $10 million to invest, increased their allocation toward cash and cash equivalents to 12% from 10% during the first quarter, according
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Alys Tomilson | Getty Images Student loans aren’t the reason there’s a student debt crisis in this country. The real problem is that there’s not adequate education, information or support systems in place to help students (and their families) make smarter college choices while they are still in high school. Nationwide, college student loan debt
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Millennials have hugely unrealistic expectations about when and how much they will inherit, according to new research. According to the investment management firm Charles Stanley, millennials expected to be left an average £129,380 ($168,450) – but official statistics showed that the average inheritance in the U.K. is currently £48,000, while the median inheritance is £11,000.
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