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Children Can Cost Parents a Fortune or Not So Much Children Can Cost Parents a Fortune or Not So Much
Mon, August, 29, 2022
Do children cost a fortune? Josh Zumbrun of the Wall Street Journal explains.
Inflation Widens Married Couples' Money Lead Over Their Single Friends Inflation Widens Married Couples' Money Lead Over Their Single Friends
Thu, August, 18, 2022
Julia Carpenter of the Wall Street Journal discussed with Jennifer Kushinka on why married couples handle inflation better than their single friends.
Teen Workers in a Hot Summer Job Market Can Use the 'Greatest Money-Making Asset' to their Advantage Teen Workers in a Hot Summer Job Market Can Use the 'Greatest Money-Making Asset' to their Advantage
Fri, July, 15, 2022
Jessica Dickler of the CNBC and Gordon Deal talked about how teen workers have the opportunity to make more money over the summer.
Three Money Mistakes to Avoid in a Bear Market Three Money Mistakes to Avoid in a Bear Market
Thu, June, 23, 2022
Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher delivers expert advice on what not to do during a bear market.
How Much Money Do You Really Save by Not Having Kids? How Much Money Do You Really Save by Not Having Kids?
Wed, June, 8, 2022
Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher estimates how people without children end up doing in life financially.
Local governments spending COVID-19 money on unrelated projects Local governments spending COVID-19 money on unrelated projects
Thu, March, 31, 2022
States are finding ways to spend Covid relief money on anything but the economic effects of the virus. Sarah Westwood from the Washington Examiner takes us behind the headline.
The Wedding Boom of 2022 Won't Come Cheap for Traveling Guests The Wedding Boom of 2022 Won't Come Cheap for Traveling Guests
Tue, February, 22, 2022
Wedding guests might have to shell out lots of money this year as weddings bounce back. Allison Pohle from the Wall Street Journal joined us with the latest.
Consider This Your Permission To Spend More Money in 2022 Consider This Your Permission To Spend More Money in 2022
Mon, January, 10, 2022
Ways to spend more money in 2022 with your permission, Julia Carpenter from Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 07, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 07, 2022
Fri, January, 7, 2022
Can Washington step out of the shadow of January 6, Eastern U.S. faces possible 'bomb cyclone' of snow and wind, and best money moves for January 2022.
Here's what would happen if Americans could easily look up everyone's salary Here's what would happen if Americans could easily look up everyone's salary
Tue, October, 5, 2021
What would happen if you could easily look up a coworker's salary? Elisabeth Buchwald from MarketWatch takes us behind the headline.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2021
Tue, July, 6, 2021
More bodies found after remaining section of Florida condo complex demolished, Tropical storm Elsa takes aim at Florida, and best money moves for July 2021.
How the New FICO Calculation Can Help You Borrow How the New FICO Calculation Can Help You Borrow
Mon, July, 6, 2020
Credit expert Paul Oster delves into the new calculation of your FICO credit score and how it can help you borrow money.
Just in Time Just in Time
Wed, January, 22, 2020
Can you be taught to manage money? Jonathan Clements from Humbledollar.com explains what you can do to have a better chance in the future.
Cutting the cord: As prices go up, here's how you can still save money streaming Cutting the cord: As prices go up, here's how you can still save money streaming
Tue, January, 14, 2020
Cutting the cord may not be the big money saver it used to be. Mike Snider from USA Today takes a look at what is behind the rise in cost.
Need to Pay the Babysitter? Don't Even Think About Using Cash. Need to Pay the Babysitter? Don't Even Think About Using Cash.
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Out with greenbacks, and in with Venmo. Julie Jargon from The Wall Street Journal explores why many young adults prefer a digital wallet over hard cash.
U.S. Women's Soccer Games Out-Earned Men's Games U.S. Women's Soccer Games Out-Earned Men's Games
Tue, June, 18, 2019
Will the U.S. Women's soccer success help them with their gender-discrimination lawsuit? Rachel Bachman from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The 30 Day Easy Money Makeover The 30 Day Easy Money Makeover
Thu, April, 4, 2019
Need a little help with your finances? Kelli Grant from Acorns + CNBC breaks down the 30-day easy money makeover.
Democratic Presidential Candidates Chase Donors to Secure Debate Slots Democratic Presidential Candidates Chase Donors to Secure Debate Slots
Wed, April, 3, 2019
Democratic candidates looking for debate slots are chasing donors. Julie Bykowicz from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why a big tax refund can actually be a bad thing for your money Why a big tax refund can actually be a bad thing for your money
Wed, February, 27, 2019
Kelli Grant from Acorns + CNBC explains why a big tax refund can actually be a bad thing for your money.
New White House, Congressional Spending Fights on the Horizon New White House, Congressional Spending Fights on the Horizon
Wed, February, 20, 2019
More spending fights are heading towards the Capitol. Kate Davidson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Simple savings hacks that will make you richer in 2019 Simple savings hacks that will make you richer in 2019
Wed, January, 2, 2019
MarketWatch's Catey Hill rings in the new year by bringing us simple savings hacks that will make you richer in 2019.
What's Wrong with Your Venmo Account, and How to Fix It What's Wrong with Your Venmo Account, and How to Fix It
Mon, December, 10, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Katie Bindley dives into Venmo's spotty record on user privacy issues and how that affects your account.
In most expensive midterm elections in history, the biggest spender didn't always win In most expensive midterm elections in history, the biggest spender didn't always win
Mon, November, 19, 2018
In the most expensive midterm elections in history, was it money well spent? William Theobald from USA Today has the story.
The Best Campaign Money Can Buy The Best Campaign Money Can Buy
Fri, November, 16, 2018
Natasha Korecki from POLITICO and Gordon Deal have a look at what went into one of the most expensive midterm races.
This is the ridiculous amount you're overpaying for car insurance This is the ridiculous amount you're overpaying for car insurance
Mon, October, 8, 2018
Catey Hill, editor at Moneyish.com, breaks down how much money you could be saving by shopping around for new insurance.