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Receipt collectors are about to be disappointed. This year marks the first in which the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is in effect. That means many of the tax breaks you claimed on your 2017 return will be off the table for 2018.
Blake Mycoskie,Toms founder, and Winter BreeAnne Minisee, student activist, join 'Squawk Box' to discuss their mission to end gun violence through corporate activism.
Here's a tax-planning tip: If you give generously to charity this year, you might be able to take a bigger break for your donation. How to tell if this makes sense for you.
CNBC's 'Squawk Box' team discusses Michael Bloomberg's donation to Johns Hopkins University, the largest to be given to a college or university institution.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is canceling much of its $5 million pledge to a nonprofit chaired by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Jim Cramer hears from Salesforce.com co-founder, Chairman and co-CEO Marc Benioff about a new plan to tackle San Francisco's homeless crisis and his take on IBM's takeover of cloud player Red Hat.
Jim Cramer explains why commercial real estate may be the next industry to fall.
Younger breast cancer patients often have steeper out-of-pocket costs.
If you want to invest based on your ethics, there's a way to do that. Say hello to sustainable investing. Here's how you can get started.
If you're fabulously wealthy and you'd like to trim your tax bill, here's a tip: Give your money away. This is what you need to know.
Entrepreneurs' median annual donation is 50 percent higher than that of non-entrepreneurs. Here's how they make giving a priority.
New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood is opposing President Donald Trump's effort to dismiss a lawsuit she filed in June against the president, his three adult children and the Trump Foundation.
SurveyMonkey board member Sheryl Sandberg plans to donate her shares in the newly public company to honor her late husband. But you don't have to have millions to use this giving strategy.
Donating to a private foundation or a donor-advised fund may enable individuals to benefit from a current-year deduction under the new tax laws, while having the time to carefully plan out charitable distributions.
Robert Safian, Flux Group founder, discusses the philanthropic goals of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Jim Cramer hears from Ebony Frelix, the chief philanthropy officer and executive vice president at Salesforce.org, about how the cloud giant uses its millions for good.
Jim Cramer applauds Stitch Fix's profitable approach to personalization thanks to its CEO.
Jim Cramer finds out how major leaders are addressing consumer backlash towards the pervasiveness of technology.
Before you give cash to your favorite charity, there are a couple of strategies you might want to consider instead.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates CEO and one of the founders of Home Depot, joins 'Squawk Box' to weigh in on his philanthropic and educational work.