Personal finance

When it comes to getting into investing, keeping it simple is key, according to investing legend Charles Ellis. In fact, he equates it to parenting teenage children. “Every parent of teenage children realizes at some point or another, less is better,” Ellis told CNBC contributor Jenny Harrington in an interview for CNBC Pro. (Harrington is
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A job seeker fills out an application form during a restaurant and hospitality career fair in Torrance, California, on June 23, 2021. Eric Thayer/Bloomberg via Getty Images State withdrawals from pandemic-era unemployment programs aren’t speeding up the job recovery, according to a new analysis. Twenty-five states have ended their participation in at least some of
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Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., speaks during a Senate Finance Committee nomination hearing for Deputy Treasury Secretary nominee Adewale Adeyemo on Feb. 23, 2021. Greg Nash | Pool | Reuters Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore., on Tuesday released a bill to overhaul a controversial deduction for certain businesses, which was part of Republicans 2017
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In this article BCH.CB= TSLA Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images Bitcoin is falling, again. The popular cryptocurrency slumped as much as 5% Tuesday, falling below the key $30,000 level for the first time since June 22, according to data from CoinMarketCap. Other cryptocurrencies were also dragged lower. Ether slid as much as 6%, while XRP
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In early July, the U.S. Education Department under President Joe Biden canceled nearly $56 million in student loan debt for some 1,800 borrowers, bringing the administration’s total to about $1.5 billion erased. While a win for many borrowers, it isn’t a sign that broad-based student loan debt forgiveness will necessarily come anytime soon, experts say.
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bymuratdeniz | iStock | Getty Images Intuit, the company behind popular tax filing software TurboTax, announced that it will no longer participate in the IRS Free File program, which helps millions of Americans submit tax returns at no cost. “With the Free File program surpassing its founding goals of e-file and free tax preparation, and
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