Personal Finance

Some workers fear ‘unrealistically severe’ cuts to Social Security benefits. Why that is not a reason to claim early

Senior couple in New York City. New York is the second-worst state for retirement. Allison Michael Orenstein | Getty Images…

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The era of surprise medical bills may be ending

staticnak1983 | E+ | Getty Images Americans will soon be protected from many unexpected medical bills, thanks to a new…

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If the billionaire tax survives, it may face legal challenges. Here’s why

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., speaks during a Senate Finance Committee nomination hearing for Deputy Treasury Secretary nominee Adewale Adeyemo on…

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Medicare expansion hangs in the balance as Democrats race towards a deal

ATU Images | The Image Bank | Getty Images A major expansion of Medicare that Democrats proposed as part of…

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Bitcoin futures ETF may be a costly way to get long-term crypto exposure

boonchai wedmakawand | Moment | Getty Images Crypto enthusiasts had reason to cheer last week as digital currencies notched another…

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4 strategies to create and stick with a family budget

Guido Mieth | Stone | Getty Images The thought of creating a budget may make you stressed. Add a spouse…

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How community leaders are bringing personal finance into the classroom

At CNBC’s America’s Financial Education town hall, community leaders from across the nation were honored for their commitment to educating…

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Meet the financial literacy leaders making a difference in their communities

Throughout Hispanic Heritage month, CNBC, in partnership with Acorns, asked communities across America to nominate local financial literacy leaders who…

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Op-ed: Opportunity zone funds are more about hype than substance when it comes to tax planning

Reza Estakhrian | The Image Bank | Getty Images Opportunity zone fund investments are back. Granted, they never went away,…

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College tuition is now rising at a rate lower than inflation

College gets more and more expensive every year. And yet, amid continued falling enrollment due to Covid, this year’s increases…

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