US ranks No. 1 in wealth, not in happiness

Those are among the findings of an updated study of well-being released Tuesday by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which promotes economic and social satisfaction.


Opening the Spigot for the Heirs

That's a shame, because things didn't have to get so bitter. Even with rates low, there are some ways for trusts to produce steady, decent-sized payments.


Bahraini female pride: Which Arab women made Forbes' list?

It initially had a total of 219 women, who were shortlisted to 100, according to a statement issued by Forbes. It lists 29 women from the banking sector, 18 from manufacturing, 16 in investment, 14 from services with the insurance sector having eight.


No Country for Rich Men

Saverin has plenty of company. The number of Americans who formally renounced their U.S. citizenship soared to 1,780 last year from 235 in 2008.


Should the Super Rich Be Richer?

In the past few days, the fight was just sparked in a very interesting direction by TED censoring one of its own talks about U.S. inequality and publicity for the soon-to-be-published book by Mitt Romney's former right-hand man at Bain Capital, Edwar


Bank Of Montreal Looks To Singapore For Wealth Operations

The number of centa-millionaires - those with at least $100 million to invest - is expected to increase by 67% over the next four years in Singapore, according to The Wealth Report 2012 by Knight Frank and Citi Private Bank.