Personal Finance

People are leaving the state of California in droves and it could leave a lasting mark on the world’s 5th largest economy. Jane Wells reports.

Our Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, Sharon Epperson, reports on how blended families handle their challenging financial situations.

Roth IRAs, retirement accounts that are funded with post-tax savings, are not just for the wealthy.

Entrepreneurs hoping to pocket some tax deductions for 2019 shouldn’t forget a new 20% break.

CNBC Select spoke with four executives from American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa to find out what credit card trends to expect in 2020.

The Democratic-controlled House passed a bill on Thursday that would do away with the $10,000 limit on the itemized deduction for state and local taxes for two years.

Congress is poised to push through a massive spending bill this week. And politicians are using the opportunity to help fix the pensions and health-care benefits for one group of workers: coal miners.

As credit card balances creep higher and Americans’ confidence in their ability to pay their bills declines, this high-interest debt has become a problem across all income levels.

ZipRecruiter identified the hottest job markets across the country, based on the growing number of job postings and median wage, among other criteria.

The Social Security Administration is the No. 1 government agency targeted by imposters, according to the Federal Trade Commission.

Our Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, Sharon Epperson, joins us on the show and gives us her tips and pointers in battling medical debt.

If you have credit card debt, you’re not alone. In fact, about 61% of Americans have a credit card and cardholders carry an average balance of $6,194, according to Experian.

Tech companies, big and small, are getting in the banking business, but how do you know if they are right for you and your money? Joining us on the show with her analysis and tips is our Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, Sharon Epperson.

More and more retirees are considering moving abroad. Here are five places where the cost of living is low — really low.

Whether you’re resolving to cut your 2020 tax bill or save more for retirement in the new year, it’s time to start planning.