Affluent Investors Put Their Hobbies Into Their Portfolios
Many Americans have a hobby. If they are well off, they are likely to combine this activity with investing.
House Passes Legislation to Encourage Charitable Giving
The America Gives More Act would make three expired "tax extenders" permanent and has two other provisions.
Asset-Backed Lending: Short Loans, Steady Profits
Savile Finance Group offers an investment product that addresses the lack of return on fixed income with a direct lending asset-backed strategy.
Fidelity Charitable Donors Granted $1.1 Billion in First Half
This was a 19% increase over the same period last year, Fidelity Charitable reported this week.
Global Investors Keen on Hedge Funds in Second Half
Global institutional investors are gung-ho about hedge funds going into the second half of 2014, Credit Suisse reported Thursday.
Schwab Charitable DAF Contributions Increase by 38%
Individual account holders at Schwab Charitable granted $822 million to some 34,500 charities in the 2014 fiscal year, ended June 30.
2 Ways to Shore Up Social Security
The National Center for Policy Analysis crunches the numbers on two strategies to keep Social Security from going broke.
Wealthy Families Search for New Meaning of Wealth
HNW families are moving beyond mere wealth preservation alone to give new meaning to wealth ownership for each generation.
Alternative Asset Managers Targeting Retail Market: Cerulli
“These firms have been hard at work identifying ways to make illiquid private investments more mainstream and allow smaller investors into their funds,” Cerulli says.
AARP Finds Its 50-and-Older Financial Literacy Program Effective
Vulnerable older people benefit from programs targeted to their unique financial challenges, AARP says.