Wisconsin's richest not as upbeat on economy as rest of country
WisconsinÃ¢;Â€Â™s richest residents are less optimistic about the state of the economy and their financial security as rich individuals nationwide, according to a study by BMO Private Bank.
The study finds that 50 percent of WisconsinÃ¢;Â€Â™s high-net worth residents, defined as having investible assets of $1 million or more, feel more financially secure now than they did before the recession in 2008. About 55 percent expect the U.S. economy to improve over the next year. The study surveyed 482 people nationwide,Ã¢;Â€Â¦;