Resolutions are often made to be broken -- so consider these some "suggestions" to help create a fiscally, physically and mentally successful 2018.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 passed and while most of it pertains to your 2018 tax year, there still are a ton of things you can do now to save some money in April. So watch and get on it!
Once head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency during the 2008 financial crisis, John Dugan helped Citigroup to get a big bailout. He has now been tapped as a board member at the bank, making about $300,000 annually to attend six meetings a year.
Over the past decade, Greg Fleming almost became CEO of Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley. Now, he's put together a deal to head a new money-management venture backed by the Rockefellers.
Wall Street has faced increasingly tough regulations since the financial crisis of 2008, embodied in the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. President Donald Trump, in office for less than a year, has appointed multiple heads of financial-industry regulatory agencies who are already moving to scrap or weaken the post-crisis measures.
The heirs of high net worth individuals aren't interested in any of the fancy art or antiques that their parents pass to them.
Got a cool $100 million? We'll show you how to build a Bill Gates-like mega house.
Sure, you might not be able to swing a Seattle mansion, but you can still follow some of Gates' other tips from school to exercise.
Hogan Lovells partner Allison Schoenthal leads a team of about 40 lawyers who represent big banks like Wells Fargo in consumer cases, according to public records.