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CBS News - Business

Americans turn to crowdfunding to pay medical bills -- 1 in 5 Americans report contributing to a medical-related crowdfunding campaign for friends, family, even strangers.

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Claiming the Child Tax Credit: Tips for parents -- The recently expanded credit is one of several options parents can use at tax time to get money back from the IRS.

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Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion for phony-account scandal -- Bank settles over widespread abuse of millions of customers of its banking, auto-lending and mortgage businesses.

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Trump suggests more farm bailouts as China purchases fall short -- In an all-caps tweet, President Trump said more farm aid would be paid by tariffs, which are paid by U.S. consumers.

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1 Mike Bloomberg = 660,000 American households, wealthwise -- The billionaire media mogul's vast wealth has fueled his run for president, but it could also become a liability.

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Google secretly monitors millions of schoolkids: lawsuit -- New Mexico AG claims the company uses its dominance in educational software to track millions of future customers.

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There are now more than 7,000 craft brewers in the U.S. alone -- In 2018, domestic sales reached a record $27.6 billion, representing 24% of the American beer market.

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Warren drafts document to release people from NDAs with Bloomberg -- During the presidential debate Wednesday, Warren called on Bloomberg to release people from NDAs in a contentious exchange.

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Redlining maps are gone, but problem hasn't disappeared -- Mike Bloomberg claims the practice ultimately triggered the 2008 housing crash - but where does the term come from?

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How to get your tax refund ASAP -- If you're one of the 70% of Americans expecting a refund, here are the steps to get your money quickly.

15 days ago

Kia recalls 200,000 SUVs and vans for electrical problems -- Owners should park outside and away from structures because of the risk of an electrical short and fire.

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U.S. women's soccer players seek $66M in discrimination suit -- The U.S. women's national team players are seeking damages as part of their gender discrimination lawsuit.

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USC will offer free tuition to families making under $80,000 -- The school also says it won't count home equity anymore in financial aid calculations.

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Supreme Oreos are selling on eBay for over $10,000 -- Fans are eager to get their hands on the limited-edition cookies - and are willing to spend whatever it takes to do so.

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Bloomberg and NDAs: How these agreements work -- Critics say the legal restrictions muzzle employees - and there is recent precedent for freeing them to speak.

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A small town silver-screen fairy tale, with real buttered popcorn -- Craig Smith used his life savings to turn a former firehouse in Kingston, Wash., into the tiny town's only movie house, the Firehouse Theater

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Generous portions: This restaurant donates 100% of its profits -- A finance executive took a leap of faith to exemplify what's possible with a "'better for the world' kind of crazy."

24 days ago

Yelp names its top restaurant: a shawarma food truck -- Shawarma Guys has nearly 500 five-star reviews and serves out 900 plates a day.

1 month ago

Power of the pencil in the digital age - In this digital age, people are likely to grab a keyboard to craft a message. But business owner Caroline Weaver is working to make sure the pencil is not erased. Jan 15 - 02:46

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More Americans are working into old age -- A growing swath of seniors are working beyond 65, with many needing to supplement their paltry retirement savings.

2 months ago

How gig economy workers can save for retirement -- Several types of plans are available, but figuring out which one is right for you can be confusing, so here's some help

7 months ago

When delaying your Social Security benefits pays off -- The impact of your age when you begin collecting benefits can be more financially significant than you think

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Claiming Social Security too early costs Americans $3.4 trillion -- Only 4% of retirees claim the benefit at the optimal time. Everyone else is losing out on $111,000 per household

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Hardship withdrawals from your company's 401(k) -- The rules for hardship withdrawals are strict and the costs of taking money from your future retirement can be sky-high

8 months ago