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Report: Is Social Media Impacting Your Wealth Goals?

New York City According to Schwab ‘s 2019 Modern Wealth Survey, New York City residents believe it takes an average $3.2 million in personal net worth to be considered “wealthy” in their area. Last year, the magic wealth number was $3.5 million. But what is wealth and what is influencing …

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The UltraFICO Score Is Heading Your Way in 2019

What’s your credit score? Borrowers with the best credit scores get access to the best deals at the lowest prices. But if your credit score isn’t so attractive, FICO has a new credit scoring system that can work in your favor. Meet the UltraFICO Score! This new score has the potential …

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  During an exclusive interview with American Express research advisor Geri Stengel, we examine the trends in black-women owned businesses and ways to increase funding opportunities for female entrepreneurs. “My advice for younger women that are starting businesses is to take advantage of all the resources that are out there …

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What’s Your Wealth Score? Take the Quiz!

How well do you manage your finances and investments? Are you on track to meet your financial goals? You can take the Schwab Modern Wealth Index quiz to see how you rank compared to your peers! The quiz consists of 16 multiple-choice questions. Please note that some questions may not …

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$2 Million No Longer Makes You ‘Wealthy’ in Chicago

Being a millionaire doesn’t mean you’re wealthy — at least not in Chicago. The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE: SCHW), America’s leading brokerage bae with $3.4 trillion in client assets, has released its 2018 Modern Wealth Index. The survey assessed how well people managed their money and invested. It also unraveled many perceptions about …

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Wealthy Millennials are Keeping More Cash on Hand

According to a 2017 U.S. Trust annual survey of high-net-worth individuals with over $3M investable assets, over 50% hold at least 10% of their portfolio in cash positions. That means individuals with a $5M portfolio have at least $500,000 in cash on hand. This number is much higher for millennials …

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