A new survey indicates that affluent Americans favor raising the age for Social Security eligibility.
We need a new benchmark for a salary that says you've made it. Many think $150,000 says 'rich,' but others think the figure is north of that.
We're better off than we thought. Even the poorest Americans are doing better than 68% of the world's population.
Nearly a third of those surveyed by Gallup said they'd feel wealthy if they made even less than that.
Wealthy parents have trouble talking to their kids about money too, but financial advisers say everyone should teach their offspring valuable lessons about money.
Most people want to be wealthy. So why are we so suspicious of those who already are?
The income of the nation's top earners increased 275% between 1979 and 2007. The rest of us didn't do nearly as well.
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