Category: Money

3 Critical Steps for High Net Worth Entrepreneurs to Protect Their Assets

We live in a world full of entrepreneurs. People are tired of answering to their bosses and would much rather be their own boss… so what do they do? They go and start their own businesses. If you really think about it, it’s not such a far-fetched concept to believe. With the many advancements in technology, it has increased the number of entrepreneurs turned millionaires. Do you know the industry that has turned these self-made entrepreneurs into millionaires? If you guessed technology, then you guessed right on the money… literally and figuratively! The technology industry has been on an...

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3 Ways Patent Analysis Software Drives Wealth

Global IP strategist, JiNan Glasgow George, cites key reasons investors, inventors, entrepreneurs, companies and others oriented toward innovation should capitalize on IP-driven growth and revenue opportunities The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued its 10 millionth patent number in June 2018 and continues to go strong. In fact, according to a report, “We are about three-fourths of the way through fiscal year 2019 (ends September 30, 2019) and the USPTO is on-track to issue the most patents ever in a single year period,” with the author forecasting, “330,000 issued utility patents, which is up about five percent from the prior one-year...

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Travelling to Canada for Some Gaming Fun? Familiarize Yourself with Their Casino Etiquette

Canada is home to a few of the most popular casinos in the world and a lot of tourists go to these establishments all throughout the year. If you are planning to visit Canada and have some fun in their famous casinos, there’s a certain etiquette you must adhere to so you don’t end up embarrassing yourself on the casino floor. Lucky for you, we’ve listed them here – you’re welcome! Legal Age Generally, you have to be at least 19 years old to engage in casino games in Canada, but for Alberta, Manitoba, and Quebec, the legal age requirement is 18. Be...

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How To Decide When To Move

Moving home can be a tricky decision, and you’ve got cases both for and against reasons to move. Before you make any decisions about moving, you have to ensure that all parties involved are in agreement, and that you’re going to benefit somehow from moving. Moving isn’t a decision that can be take lightly, as there are many elements to bear in mind. Packing up your belongings out of an old house and into a new one requires energy and both physical and mental stamina. Moving into a new house can also be extremely exciting and rewarding especially if...

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How Companies can Improve the Checkout Process

If you have a website on which people can checkout and pay for items, then you may be seeing many consumers abandoning their basket before this is complete. The problem with the payment process can come in at any point, we’re here to tell you how you can improve this process to get a higher rate of checkouts. Allow a Guest Check Out We don’t always want to register for an account to check out and complete our transaction, especially for a quick fashion deal. Offering users the option to check out as a guest, instead of divulging their...

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Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Wine Auction 2015 Nets $1.8 Million

***POST-EVENT ALERT & PHOTOS*** LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO’S WINE AUCTION 2015 NETS $1.8 MILLION The Triennial Event Contributes to Remarkable $4.5 Million Raised over the Past Three Months by The Women’s Board of Lyric Opera. WHO: The evening’s guest list welcomed Chicago’s philanthropic elite, including:Erica and Jim Sandner, Marilynn and Carl Thoma, Shirley and Patrick Ryan, Kim and Miles White, Nancy Searle, Christina and Ronald Gidwitz, Caryn and King Harris, Cathy and William Osborn, Tina and Byron Trott, Stephen Kaplan and Alyce Sigler, Nancy and Scott Santi, Alex and John Nichols, Lindy and Michael Keiser, Alpana Singh, Peter and...

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Where Do The World’s Millionaires Reside?

According to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report, 41 percent of the world’s millionaires live in the United States. Japan comes a very distant second with 8 percent. This gap wasn’t always so pronounced – Japan’s millionaire population fell considerably in recent years while the United States has experienced a significant increase. Globally, Europe has the highest density of millionaires. France is home to 7 percent of them while Germany and the UK follow closely with 6 percent each. Infographic provided by Statista. To read the Luxe Beat Magazine version of this article click on the title Where Do The World’s...

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10 World’s Most Expensive Cars Owned By Celebrities

By Alex Hillsberg and Chris Sibbet Does having the most expensive car matter to a celebrity? Apparently not to David Beckham. Nor does he care that his Rollys-Royce Phantom Drophead is the slowest in top speed and acceleration rate among the top 10 most expensive celebrity cars featured on our latest infographic. Perhaps for this Englishman, it’s the class that counts. You couldn’t get a classier “family car” than Beckham’s; he was even spotted to drive his kids around Beverly Hills in his Phantom. But rap stars are definitely at it, topping the first half of the most expensive...

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Most Expensive Homes in America – Infographic

The luxury of fine living can be seen in homes across America. The United States is home to some beautiful one-of-a-kind real estate. From historical farmhouses and plantation properties with hundreds of years of history; to ultra-modern penthouses in the heart of a booming urban metropolis, there are practically limitless examples of every type of luxury home imaginable. But of all the amazing properties throughout the country, only a few stand above the rest as the priciest and most luxurious homes in America. Find out what sets these properties apart as the most expensive real estate in the country....

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