More Black women are becoming homeowners — it doesn’t mean it’s easier

Kali9 | E+ | Getty Images Black women are outpacing Black men when it comes homebuying. Single female homebuyers are most common among Black women, representing 27% of Black homebuyers, according to... Read more »

Credit Fund That Beat Canada’s Market Is Gearing Up for Interest Rate Cuts

A Toronto-based hedge fund that outperformed the Canadian corporate bond market three years in a row is buying up longer-term notes in anticipation that the Bank of Canada will soon make its... Read more »

What the job is like and how much they make

Lucy Alexandra Spencer spent 16 weeks abroad last year in Oman, France, Switzerland and Portugal. Unlike with most people, traveling is how she earns — rather than spends — money. The trips... Read more »

Two Banks Fighting Over Clients, Power And Family Name

The Rothschild family’s “Five Arrows” insignia, representing the “strength in unity” of the five dynasties established by the sons of the founder, in London, in 1962. The London and Paris branches eventually... Read more »

Younger generations gained more wealth than others since 2019, study says

Younger generations grew their wealth much faster than older Americans after the pandemic began, thanks largely to stocks, according to a new study. The total wealth of Americans under 40 surged by... Read more »

Tech Layoffs: How to Deal with Them

NEW YORK (AP) — Recent mass layoffs from technology and media companies, including eBay, Riot Games and the Los Angeles Times, might have you thinking about your job security. If you’re worried... Read more »

Top Investors Share the Toughest Lessons They Learned

Get a sharp investor talking for long enough, and their stories often become revealing. You’ll undoubtedly hear about their wins but also their most painful mistakes. We asked financial pros to tell... Read more »

Family offices shift out of cash and into alternatives

Strauss/curtis | The Image Bank | Getty Images A version of this article first appeared in CNBC’s Inside Wealth newsletter with Robert Frank, a weekly guide to the high-net-worth investor and consumer.... Read more »

What Is Goldman Sachs CEO Paid? David Solomon Gets $31 Million for 2023 (GS)

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. boosted David Solomon’s compensation 24% to $31 million for a year when earnings slumped at the Wall Street giant. The board lifted the chief executive officer’s pay after... Read more »

IRS weighs ‘audit selection algorithm’ changes for low-income tax credit

IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel speaks at a Senate Finance Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on April 19, 2023. Al Drago | Bloomberg | Getty Images After vowing in September to “substantially” reduce... Read more »

The Eastern & Oriental luxury train is back — here’s what it costs

After nearly four years, the Eastern & Oriental Express is back on the rails.     The train, which is operated by the luxury travel company Belmond, this week welcomed its first set... Read more »

Bezos Unloads Another $2 Billion of Amazon Stock in Latest Sale

Jeff Bezos has unloaded another 12 million shares of Inc. valued at $2 billion, bringing the total sold in the past week to more than $6 billion. He sold the latest... Read more »

House lawmakers weigh relief for SALT ‘marriage penalty’

Violetastoimenova | E+ | Getty Images House lawmakers are weighing relief for a “marriage penalty” that impacts the federal deduction limit on state and local taxes, known as SALT. While the bill... Read more »

BRICS to see highest surge in millionaire population over the next decade

(L to R) Brazil’s President Michel Temer, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, China’s President Xi Jinping, South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi pose for a group photo during... Read more »

Japan’s 2024 Cherry Blossom Season Will be Cheaper Thanks to Weak Yen (JPY/USD)

Japan’s famed cherry blossom season is just around the corner and — thanks to the weak yen — this year may be a particularly affordable time to see nature’s spectacular displays in... Read more »

Morgan Stanley Plans to Cut Several Hundred Jobs in Wealth Unit

Morgan Stanley is planning to eliminate several hundred jobs in the first such move under new Chief Executive Officer Ted Pick. Bloomberg has learned that the cuts will affect less than 1% of employees... Read more »

Here are some of the top red flags for an IRS audit, tax pros say

Image Source | Image Source | Getty Images As Americans file returns this season, some worry about IRS audits amid agency efforts to ramp up service, technology and enforcement. Recent IRS enforcement... Read more »

Real Estate Lenders Confront Falling US Commercial Property Prices

The shakeout in the $20 trillion US commercial real estate market has long been delayed for a simple reason: No one could figure out just how much properties were worth. And, more... Read more »

Dynastic Wisdom: Lessons from Europe’s 750-Year-Old Families for Today’s Wealth Preservation

In an era where wealth preservation and family governance are more complex than ever, insights from Europe’s dynastic families, with their centuries-old legacy, are invaluable. These families, adept at navigating change and... Read more »