The Boston Consulting Group found the number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals in the US will increase 36% in 2025 compared to last year.
Executive staffer Darren Lewis works with big-name celebrities and athletes and says clients "want their home to be run like a six-star hotel."
Paul Wieseneck says he was able to get full business write-offs for clients who'd recently bought a $90,000 Lexus SUV and a $110,000 Porsche SUV.
Sarah Groen recently booked a $125,000 trip to Norway for a family of six that included a manor, a private chef, and a helicopter ride from hotel to airport.
The very high net worth (VHNW), those with a net worth between $5 million and $30 million, saw a 1.3% increase in 2020, per a new Wealth-X report.
Stanley (not his real name) is a house manager and butler for wealthy families in New York City. His job involves everything from organising bills and tracking charitable donations to taking wine cellar inventory and making sure everything inch of his employer’s home is spotless and dust-free. Over the years, […]
In recent years, more high-earners are looking to hire private Michelin-starred chefs. With people spending more time at home during the pandemic, the trend has increased. Kate Emery, who founded international chef placement company Amandine, says chefs in these permanent private roles can earn upwards of $US11,750 to $US14,100 per […]
Europe’s wealthiest have adjusted their second home wishlist during the coronavirus pandemic. Instead of luxe city apartments, ultra-high-net-worth individuals are looking for quiet country estates and private oceanside villas that offer plenty of secluded space for long-term stays. These folks are looking for tennis courts to play in, pools to […]