Millennials are a huge and highly-educated generation that is asking tough questions about money. Is college worth it? What's the point of owning a house? What if I don't want to work a 9-to-5 office job? Is investing really the best way to save for retirement?
CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans, author of the new book Smart is the New Rich, answers those questions and more.
She wants to know what MORETami Luhby - Mar 10, 2015 11:15 AM ET
Middle class wealth has stagnated in recent years, while the wealthy have seen their net worth rise 7.5%.
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Time is running out to sign up for individual health insurance. And if you don't have some type of coverage this year, be prepared to pay a penalty.
Obamacare requires most Americans to get insurance through an employer, the government or directly from an insurer in 2014. If they don't, they have to fork over a fee to the Internal Revenue Service at tax time.
Uninsured adults will either pay a flat MORETami Luhby - Mar 10, 2014 6:00 AM ET
Employees are shelling out 28% more for workplace health benefits than just three years ago.
Most probably realize their monthly premiums are going up because they see more taken out of their paychecks. Workers are seeing their premiums rise year after year, going up by 19% on average since 2011, according to a report issued Thursday by Towers Watson/National Business Group on Health.
This is happening though the overall growth in health MORETami Luhby - Mar 6, 2014 9:56 AM ET
Nowhere is the divide between rich and poor more apparent than in the backyard.
Home values in the top 10% wealthiest communities are worth more than six times that in the bottom 40%, a new survey has found.
Put another way, these rich communities hold nearly 52% of housing wealth, compared to only 8% owned by the lower rungs, according to The Demand Institute, which assessed 2,200 largest communities across the nation. MORETami Luhby - Feb 28, 2014 6:00 AM ET
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