Lifestyles of the Rich and Frugal

“If you buy things you do not need, soon you will have to sell things you need.” That sounds like something any one of the hundreds of proud, self-proclaimed “cheapskates” I’ve written about over the years would say. And it is a major tenet of living a frugal, simpler life — one which, I would argue, is ultimately happier, less stressful and more rewarding. How Far Could You Travel with $10,000? Enter our Winter Escapes Sweepstakes now! See official rules But …

The Forbes 400 – America’s Richest, by Generation

Forbes magazine has just released its Forbes 400 ranking of the richest people in the United States, and within it, there’s an intriguing message: If you want to be really, really, really wealthy, it’s going to take a while, and you should plan on working past the typical U.S. retirement age of 61. Only 38 of the 400 – who had to amass a fortune of at least $1.3 billion to qualify – are under age 50, and the average …