Political stability is important to the world's richest people, which means it's an interesting time to be a wealthy European.
When he passed away this August, Antonino Fernandez didn’t actually leave £200m to the tiny Spanish hamlet of Cerezales del Condado. But all the same he was pretty decent to the place. He has sent it stacks of cash over the years
It might seem like a great idea – the perfect getway to escape the madding crowds – but a private island will cost you a lot more than its purchase price, reports Kashmira Gander
Piano lessons aren't the biggest investment the rich can make in their children's lives
As always, no promises of future riches or predictions of the future, but steering clear of these 15 things can't hurt
After more than 20 years of holding people to account in the Independent on Sunday, Cole Moreton laments a clear lack of progress in the way Britain is run and urges that we continue to fight to improve life for the neediest
George Osborne could also face Commons defeat over planned £4.4bn cuts to disability benefits
News comes as young families are being increasingly priced out of renting in two-thirds of UK
Lynne Groves: 'It was surreal thinking all our worries were over. I thought I would be working until my late 60s.'
Read on to see who made the list — and just how wealthy they are
Now there's an Instagram and Facebook account dedicated to showing off their cash-fuelled exploits
Self-made millionaire T. Harv Eker identifies the choices they make on a daily basis that most of us fail to emulate
CEO of Edelman, who conduct annual public attitudes study, says disparity in trust levels tells 'a tale of two Britains'
Comes in response to news that 62 people are richer that half the world's population combined
Some countries are more unequal than others
Steve Sievold, a self-made millionaire, has interviewed many of the world's richest people over the past three decades