As we prepare to observe Presidents Day, let's remember that past commanders-in-chief have had financial ups and downs just like the rest of us.
While the very wealthy have yachting and polo to keep them occupied, we common folk can kayak or take a wild ride on a mechanical bull.
The characters in the hugely popular Masterpiece Classic series could have used some better financial advice.
For the world's wealthiest people, buying an average US home would be like spending 42 cents.
A British chef has had to defend himself on Twitter against outrage at the extravagance of the proposed meal.
Despite all the talk about global wealth, US cities have more millionaires than most countries.
Americans were generally content with across-the-board tax rates during the 1950s and '60s that were far higher than tax rates today.
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