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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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
You May Be Eligible For a Cash Award-No, Really, Wait, Don't Hang Up
Wed, April, 25, 2018
Sara Randazzo from the Wall Street Journal explains why your reluctance to answer the phone could cost you some money.
The Ryan departure and the Trumpification of the GOP
Fri, April, 13, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from National Journal talks with Gordon Deal about what impact Paul Ryan's departure could have on the GOP.
The Federal Government Spends a Lot More on the Elderly Than on Children. Should It?
Mon, March, 19, 2018
What is better in the long run, money for seniors or money for kids? Ben Leubsdorf from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the state of federal spending.
Few US Workers are Aware of Changes in their Pay Check Due to Revisions in the Federal Tax Law
Tue, March, 6, 2018
Since the new tax law was signed what have you done with the extra money in your pay check? Taylor Tepper from Bankrate explains what you should be doing.
Inside the $9.1 Million Effort to Bolster Republican Running in Trump Country
Tue, March, 6, 2018
Joshua Jamerson from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at an effort to make sure the GOP stays on top in Trump country.
Side Benefit to Amazon's Headquarters Contest: Local Expertise
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Nick Wingfield from The New York Times explains how Amazon gained hidden benefits from the sweepstakes to host its second headquarters.
Unlike the North, Many in the South See the U.S. Tax Plan as Good News
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Cameron McWhirter from the Wall Street Journal breaks down why some think the old code favored residents in high-tax states.
Why it makes more sense to rent than buy
Mon, January, 15, 2018
Jacob Passy from MarketWatch tells you why it makes more sense to rent than buy.
Want that cash from the tax cut? Get ready to master the art of withholding
Mon, January, 15, 2018
Want that cash from the tax cut? Evan Horowitz from the Boston Globe says you'll need to master the art of withholding.
One Big Reason Americans Are So Stressed and Unhealthy
Fri, December, 8, 2017
You're stressed, can't sleep and unhealthy. Do you know why? Catey Hill from Moneyish will tell you.
Tropical Storm Harvey Will Cost Tens of Billions of Dollars
Wed, August, 30, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun has a look at the possible cost of Hurricane Harvey.
Ways job hopping can cost you money in the long run.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
Are you a job hopper? The ways you might be hurting your finances from CNBC's Kelli Grant.
Is Specialized Fitness Getting Less Special?
Tue, August, 8, 2017
Specialized fitness classes are becoming less special? The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman says yes and why.
The life events that most affect your finances.
Mon, August, 7, 2017
The life events that most affect your finances according to Jon Stein, CEO of Betterment.
Americans Pour Record Sums Into Home Improvements
Mon, July, 31, 2017
American's are dropping record sums of money into home improvements. Laura Kusisto from the Wall Street Journal has a look.
In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition
Tue, July, 25, 2017
Josh Mitchell from the Wall Street Journal breaks down how colleges are reining in tuition costs.
Schools Get Serious About Lunch Money
Mon, July, 24, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs explains the problem schools are facing when collecting lunch money debts.
People Don't Exercise Much More Even If You Pay Them to Go to the Gym
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Would you exercise more if you were paid to go to the gym? The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf spoke with This Morning's Gordon Deal.
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