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Financial Advisors

For individual investors and financial advisors alike, figuring out the best way to manage money can be a challenge. CNBC has put together these reports to help boost your bottom line.
  1. Americans are struggling to keep up with day-to-day expenses and increasingly relying on credit cards just as APRs head to a record high.
  2. Democrats are seeking to bring a bill to enhance Social Security benefits up for a vote on the House floor this fall. Here's what it includes.
  3. There's been a surge of interest in green energy funds as Congress allocates $369 billion for climate change funding. Here's what investors need to know.
  4. To get financial assistance for college, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
  5. With inflation rising and government aid waning, personal bankruptcies may start to climb again soon. If you're facing bankruptcy, here's advice from experts.
  6. Those with special needs must shelter assets carefully to not be disqualified from government aid. That's where special needs trusts and ABLE accounts come in.
  7. Amid a rocky year for investors, a smart option for yield-hungry near-retirees is traditional dividend-paying companies in inexpensive or defensive sectors.
  8. A recent survey found only 29% of Americans have a financial plan, even though having one could help them "stress test" their finances amid economic woes.
  9. Last July, about a third of 11,000 older Americans surveyed said they expected to delay retirement. Earlier this year, 59% of them said that they expected to.
  10. Over the past couple of years, the effects of Covid-19, social activism and economic uncertainty have profoundly impacted women's attitudes about their money.

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