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When same-sex couples face divorce, details like length of marriage and parental rights are not legally clear-cut.
Pop quiz: What’s your health insurance plan’s out-of-pocket maximum? What you don’t know could cost you.
Sharon Epperson, who recently returned from a serious health crisis, discusses the need to plan for the unexpected in life.
It took a traumatic event — a brain aneurysm — for CNBC’s Sharon Epperson to understand the importance of financial preparedness.
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Florida loses ground as one of the best places to retire, particularly in Irma’s aftermath.
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If you’re unable to work because of natural disasters like hurricanes, you may be able to recover lost wages.
If a tax overhaul includes generous increases in the standard deduction, use of the mortgage deduction would drop, one expert says.
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Recent court cases serve as a reminder that your plan provider is under no obligation to offer you the lowest-cost investments.
For the first time, the average national credit score has reached 700, according to FICO.
Many Americans consider themselves middle class even if their paycheck says otherwise.