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Mark Steber, Chief Tax Officer at Jackson Hewitt, looks at several scenarios to see how different taxpayers would fare under the GOP tax bills.
Thieves are targeting marinas with valuable outboard motors that can be stolen and resold. CNBC's Contessa Brewer joins a team of Miami cops working to solve the cases and recover the engines.
There are more than 100 million plus-sized women in the US. Nadia Boujarwah, Dia & Co. co-founder, launched a subscription clothing service to get stylish clothes in extended sizes sent right to their homes.
Trae Bodge of GiftCardGranny shares strategies and categories where you can find the best deals on Black Friday weekend, and which items you'd be wise to wait on.
4 years ago, actress Kate Hudson co-founded Fabletics. Today, the athleisure brand has 22 stores and $250M in revenue. She tells us why she started the company and what’s next.
There’s a big skills gap with job seekers looking to get hired. Brookings fellow Martha Ross on who the out-of-work Americans are and how employers can fill those open jobs.
It’s the annual sign-up time for health benefits at work. We ask Julie Stich of IFEBP what workers need to consider to avoid benefits choices they may regret in 2018.
What toys will kids be clamoring for this holiday season? Parents Magazine collected new toys and had children across the country test them. Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello has the results, the newest games and gadgets kids liked best.
One homebuilder is putting its own money into recruiting students and training them basic construction skills to hire a new generation of workers. Reporter Diana Olick goes to Colorado to see the bootcamp for builders.
The newest smartphones include a facial recognition feature that unlocks the device just by looking at it. But could the technology be defeated? And who else could have access to your image? We ask April Glaser of Slate Magazine if the risk to privacy is worth the convenience.
Entrepreneur Melissa Ben-Ishay has built a big success in small cupcakes. She coined her company, “Baked By Melissa” and her tiny cupcakes and macaroons are in more than a dozen stores and she can ships them everywhere. We ask what her next big step is.
According to a Wells Fargo survey, more than half of young people between 20 and 36 years old say they will “never be comfortable” investing in stocks. Wells Fargo’s Kristi Michem on what this will mean for the economy and that generation’s retirement savings plans.
Financial planner and physician Carolyn McClananhan has tips and steps you need to take to help you be prepared for the unexpected.
Suddenly stricken with a brain aneurysm in 2016, CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains how key preparations helped her avert a financial catastrophe.
Are American drivers ready to plug in electric cars instead of filling up their gas tank? With longer battery life, and more electric vehicle (EV) options at lower costs, we ask Michelle Krebs of AutoTrader if the U.S. “go electric” sooner than expected.
It’s National Adopt a Shelter Dog month, and that cute puppy or adorable kitty isn’t an impulse buy. If you’re thinking of adding an animal member to your family, Dr. Katy Nelson has tips on what you need to consider.
Colleges and university degrees don’t come with a “money back guarantee”. But MissionU is a new kind of school. The one-year program teaches the skills you need to start your career quickly, and major employers are hiring their graduates. But instead of paying your tuition up front, you pay back the San Francisco-based school only after you’re working.
Gail Cohen of Fiduciary Trust Company International has suggestions on what to do if you're about to receive an inheritance as well as mistakes to avoid during a difficult time.
Singer-songwriter Dar Williams has spent a career touring and performing in small venues across the country. From her unique perspective, she’s compiled ideas on what makes some small towns thrive and others struggle into her new book, “What I Found In A Thousand Towns.”
Reporter Landon Dowdy goes to the Super Bowl of the beer industry to learn how thousands of small brewers are finding new ways to compete against the mega- brewers. But is a shakedown looming?