Money, as we know, can lead to its fair share of woes. Sure, cash is king. It can buy organic food, the best schools and superior medical care. But some people believe money sucks. A bad attitude towards money won't help you get rich. In fact, it could make you poor! A Tom Corley study found that 98 percent of the poor are unhappy due to finances, compared to about 82 percent of the wealthy who claim happiness.
A recent study by the Urban Institute shows the net worth of today's 30-somethings is down 21 percent from what 30-somethings enjoyed in 1983. Why do younger generations today have difficulty building wealth and how can they reverse this trend?
Saving for retirement and a child's college education can be stressful. Here's how to approach it. Plus, what to do if you're a victim of tax identity theft. And, a look at 529 plans. Wealth Management at WSJ.com's Veronica Dagher reports.
How advisers can help clients cut off adult kids and same-sex couples tackle tricky taxes. Plus, why an overly restrictive trust may not always be a good idea. WSJ Wealth Management's Veronica Dagher reports.