Here is the latest Personal Finance News from CNBC.
The most dangerous jobs in America
An analysis of safety data from government organizations and trade associations reveals the top 10 most dangerous jobs.
Your health insurance costs will go up next year
Turn out your pockets and get ready to pay more for health insurance in 2017.
Work mistakes new grads make: Don’t show up with a hangover
Advice from career experts for those just starting out.
Reverse mortgages might not be a bad move for many retirees
Reverse mortgages can provide retirees with much-needed guaranteed income but they might not be a good fit for everyone.
Here’s the new threat to millennials’ finances
Student loan repayment isn’t the biggest worry for young savers these days. Find out what else is keeping them up at night.
4 ways millennials are being smarter about money than boomers
Compared with baby boomers, millennials are smarter about budgeting and setting savings goals.
It will take some minority families 228 years to catch up to whites
The racial wealth gap between families of color and whites continues to widen. Can policy changes help close this chasm?
How not to blow your Jet.com stock windfall
Some shareholders could make millions in Wal-Mart’s purchase of Jet.com. How to handle a windfall.
Endless commutes cost you $960 a year
The average commuter wasted 42 hours and $960 snarled in traffic last year, a recent study finds.
How Trump’s child care, estate proposals will actually affect your taxes
Trump wants to end the estate tax and make child-care costs fully tax-deductible.
Social Security faces a $32 trillion shortfall. Yes, you read that right
Projected deficits of America’s most popular retirement program vary by trillions of dollars.
Ouch! A home burglary while you’re on vacation can cost you $4,000
Homeowners’ theft-insurance claims spike during the summer. Here’s how to protect your home.
Student debt doesn’t deter millennials from saving, study shows
When it comes to saving for retirement, student loan debt may not be an insurmountable hurdle, a new study has found.
What’s cookin’: We tested whether meal-prep services really measure up
We tried our hand at some popular recipe-delivery services. Here’s what we cooked up.
Uh-oh, half of parents raid their kids’ college savings accounts
Vacations, home renovations, weddings — a surprising number of parents are blowing college savings.
Medicare savings are plentiful if you know where to look
If you want to save on Medicare open enrollment, take these steps now.
The best and worst states for student loan borrowers
Americans have nearly $1.3 trillion in student loan debt. Find out which states treat their borrowers well and which don’t.
Starting a family? These states offer the best protections
Only 13 states get top marks for laws that protect pregnant and new parents in the workplace.
Here’s what to do if you don’t need your IRA cash right now
Some affluent retirees don’t need their required 401(k) and IRA withdrawals. Here’s what to do with the cash.
Hey millennials, you can save $1 million for retirement
Can millennials save $1 million in their 401(k)s by retirement? Yes, and here’s how.
Saving reward points and miles isn’t a sound money strategy
Consumers are holding on to nearly 200 billion unredeemed points, miles and other rewards. That’s a bad idea.
Average investors boost their cash holdings
Worried about the market, more people are keeping their money on the sidelines.
You can save thousands with this student debt strategy
More borrowers are refinancing their student debt at lower rates to save thousands, but there’s a catch.
Ignore those car recall notices at your own peril
Experts say you should never ignore a recall notice. You could imperil your safety.
Consumers opening credit-card accounts like there’s no tomorrow
Consumers shied away from credit cards after the Great Recession. Not so much these days.
More than 60% of Americans say college should be free, survey says
A majority of Americans say public colleges shouldn’t cost students anything, according to a new survey.
Back-to-school shopping is here, and these states offer a sales-tax break
Here’s a rundown of what you can expect during this year’s sales-tax holidays.
If you skip on required IRA withdrawals you’ll get a 50% tax
You are required to take money out of your IRAs and tax-deferred retirement plan at age 70½ or pay a hefty penalty.
How parents can save up to $100,000 on a child with special needs
ABLE accounts are giving families with special-needs children a new tool to save for their future.
O Canada is No Canada if you want to leave Trump or Clinton behind
Disappointed in your choice of presidential candidates? Moving to Canada is probably out of budget.
Back-to-school can bust your wallet at $1,500 per student
Expect to spend the most on these back-to-school essentials.
Retiring abroad: 3 things to know before you pack your bags
Retiring abroad? Get the lay of the land, figure out tax obligations and plan for health-care coverage before moving.
Don’t be so quick to co-sign on a student loan, even if it’s your kids
Co-signing on student loan debt can be a risky move. What to know before you owe.
Don’t let debt collectors intimidate you, exercise your rights
New CFPB rules on debt collection won’t be implemented anytime soon. How to protect yourself now.
Those pesky credit-card fees are mainly for the unsavvy these days
Credit-card fees may be an unnecessary pain in your wallet. What to look for in your next card.
Manage kids’ summertime fun without busting your wallet
For many working parents, the summer months are no vacation; instead, it can be a costly child care shuffle.
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