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Dr. Daniel Carlin's Worldclinic delivers around-the-clock medical care to its affluent clients, no matter where in the world they may be.
If you've got $1 million or more to burn, travel experts say you can experience the vacation of a lifetime.
Business executives from around the world visit the Gladiator School of Rome each year to make like Spartacus and fight each other to the (make-believe) death.
Many wealthy Americans, it turns out, are more fixated on spending and giving away their wealth than making sure their kids get a big inheritance.
Contrary to popular belief, networking isn't about knowing a lot of people-it's about knowing the right people.
While some advisors avoid celebrity clients and their labor-intensive issues, SunTrust Bank's Sports and Entertainment Specialty Group makes them a sole focus.
The masterpiece by Dutch sculptor Adriaen de Vries was uncovered during a routine property valuation.
Partners David Alexander and Tony Peyser were early adopters of funds of hedge funds, first using the strategy for their multifamily office clients 20 years ago.
Investing in emerging markets is no longer a choice for U.S. corporations and investors, but a necessity due to the sector's growing influence.
Wealthy people who live in the U.S. but who are not citizens can in some cases benefit from recent changes in gift tax law.
Advisors can be crucial in helping clients protect against the fires, floods, thefts and other sundry hazards that threaten their prized collectibles.
New Hampshire leads the way among states using generous new laws to compete for family trust business.
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