Old Money vs. New Money: The Perspective

About a month ago, I had a long distance conversation with an acquaintance who was curious to know–among many other things–the ‘one thing’ that Old Money has that New Money doesn’t. I had to think for a long moment. So long, in fact, that the person I was speaking to thought the phone call had … More Old Money vs. New Money: The Perspective

Old Money Matters: Interview with Simone Craig

I hope everyone is safe and well. It has been an eventful week here in Paris, thus the delay in posting. My apologies. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to Simone Craig, a U.S. based tax and business consultant who specializes in helping women business owners with their professional and personal finances. … More Old Money Matters: Interview with Simone Craig

Old Money vs. New Money – The Attitude

One of the most important behavioral markers for Old Money individuals and families is their attitude…or lack thereof. Old Money is many times noticed by what it is not: loud, arrogant, obnoxious, orĀ  condescending, to name just a few. The logical reasons for such behavior are obvious but worth noting. First, when you’ve come from … More Old Money vs. New Money – The Attitude

Nantucket: The Old and The New

Here’s an entertaining and informative article from the New York Times about Old Money and New Money on Nantucket. Though it was first published in 2005, the Old Money values and attitudes expressed by some of those interviewed in the article remain the same: don’t talk about your wealth, don’t build ostentatious houses, don’t show … More Nantucket: The Old and The New