On the Money On the Money: Video


  • Best Places to Retire Overseas

    When it’s time to end your career and retire, your next act could be an adventure. Once an option reserved only for the ultra-wealthy, retiring abroad is a way of life that could fit your post-paycheck budget. But what are the risks in committing to a new country, and what happens if your health changes? Author Kathleen Peddicort ranks the best international destinations to start the next chapter of your life, and even enjoy a lower cost of living than staying stateside.

  • On the Money 4

    Don’t look now but it’s back to school season and the shopping list is adding up. So how can you keep costs down? Jennifer Owens, Working Mother, recommends how to save money.

  • Take a break

    We talk to Katie Denis of “Project Time Off” and Sarah Green Carmichael of the Harvard Business Review about the value of vacation and how some employers are even requiring workers to take off and hit the road.

  • Power play

    Reporter Phil LeBeau visits mining companies in Nevada’s Central Valley, where the race to extract lithium is going full speed. And the surge in demand for the valuable mineral is generating jobs and interest.

  • School sports

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson his tips on ways to support your kids extracurricular endeavors without neglecting your family’s financial future.

  • Pokemon game on

    Edmund Lee, managing editor of tech news website ReCode explains who is making money on Pokemon Go and what it could mean for the future of gaming and other industries.

  • Smart money moves for the summer

    Financial journalist Natali Morris also has tips on smart money moves to make now at home and at your job, that can help your finances this year and beyond.

  • Doggie overnight care

    DogVacay co-founder and CEO Aaron Hirschhorn explains how they “vet” prospective dog sitters. Plus a DogVacay host on why he left a finance career to work with pets full-time.

  • Hidden 401(k) Fees

    We ask Stacy Francis, CEO of Francis Financial, what you should do to keep more of your retirement savings in your own account.

  • Innovative medicine

    Toby Cosgrove, President and CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, explains how a physician and a tablet are combining for the closest thing to a house call for many routine checkups. Plus, Dr. Cosgrove shares the latest on the Zika threat and how progress is being made against many forms of cancer.

  • Top State for Business

    Reporter Scott Cohn finds which states rank at the top and the bottom in the annual rankings.

  • Sweet rewards

    Tea-rrific Ice Cream, makes artisanal ice cream. We talk to founder Mario Leite about his sweet second act.

  • Fitness guaranteed

    If you join his NYC gym, and don’t achieve the fitness goals agreed upon, he will give you a full refund. Too good to be true? Andrea Day reports.

  • Summer sun protection

    What do the SPF numbers really mean? We ask Tricia Calvo, Consumer Reports Deputy Editor for Food and Health, which sunscreens come out on top.

  • Retirement red zone

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the steps necessary to minimize your risk and maximize your savings for when you need it most.

  • Brexit travel bargains

    Travel+Leisure News Director Sara Clemence explains how Brexit’s impact could expand your travel options this year, making hotels and flights here in the U.S. less expensive.

  • Taking a year off for a national park trek

    Cole and Elizabeth Donelson explain why they decided to visit all 59 national parks in the US, how they did it, and how much it is costing them. Plus, what’s next when their adventure ends next month?

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