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They're extremely well-reimbursed by anything but Wall Street standards, but too many are ill-prepared if the cash spigot stops flowing because of a work stoppage.
Sales of $1 million-plus homes soar. Even with prices at rock bottom, only the wealthy can act.
She might have slept in a mansion every night, but she was smarter about being broke than I was.
After a couple of years of restraint, America's wealthy are back to flaunting it. This is not all bad, but not everyone is happy about it.
As weath increases, so do your expectations, and lots of income doesn't feel like quite enough.
We all dream of hitting the big time but rarely consider the cost.
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