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This is the biggest change to the military's pension and benefits since World War II.
A WalletHub analyst warns that credit card debt is marching toward $1 trillion.
The big freeze gripping much of the country is having another chilling effect—one that costs money.
Smart speakers like Amazon Echo and Google Home exploded in popularity in 2017, and we can expect households to continue getting "smarter" in 2018.
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Based on data crunching, Hopper can suggest how far in advance of travel a vacationer can generally get the best deal.
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A drug addict's ability to stop is "no different" than a diabetic whose body can't regulate insulin levels, says Shatterproof's Gary Mendell.
Before donating to your favorite cause at the end of the year, take a few steps to make the most of that money.
Best-selling author James Patterson tells CNBC why he's focused on penning books aimed at teaching kids good manners.
Jim Paulsen says its time for investors to rebalance their 401(k)s since a stock market correction is coming soon.
Avoid overspending by creating a budget and practicing lots of willpower.
Brick-and-mortar stores will bear the brunt of a dramatic shift in retail, expert Jan Kniffen told CNBC.
Parents who discuss financial topics with their children are more likely to have kids who are smart about money.
Believe in Yourself is on a mission to teach young women to empower themselves.
As online shopping gains steam, Black Friday is losing its luster, but it's not dead yet.
Few retailers cater to the millions of plus-sized women in the US, and Dia&CO wants to change that.
Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."
Becky Quick anchors “On the Money”, seen on more than 200 local stations across the country. Whether you’re planning for retirement, thinking of buying or selling a house, or looking for the new trends in technology, “On the Money” brings viewers the latest information to make their financial lives better. If it’s about money, it’s our story!
Becky Quick anchors “On the Money”, CNBC’s syndicated half-hour show, seen on more than 200 local stations across the country. Each week, Becky interviews CEOs, entrepreneurs and guests ranging from legendary investor Warren Buffett, to GM CEO Mary Barra, to comedian Bill Murray. Whether you’re planning for retirement, thinking of buying or selling a house, or looking for the new trends in technology, “On the Money” brings viewers the latest information to make their financial lives better. If it’s about money, it’s our story.
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