One was my father, the other my stepfather. Both profoundly affected my relationship with money.
The News Corp. head still manages to take a profit on the sale of his Long Island estate.
Go ahead and dream a little. Would you still work? Would you budget? Thirty annual payments or one lump sum?
Many affluent parents have no intention of paying the full freight for their children's college education, a survey says.
There is a plastic ceiling -- credit cards that will be denied to you no matter how high your credit scores are.
About 4.5% of American households have $1 million or more in 'investable assets.'
If you have one of these cards, you probably don't normally read a personal-finance site.
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