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CNBC's gas pump game

With gas prices dipping below $3 a gallon, CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a close look at everyday items that are now more expensive than a gallon of gas.
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Boomers in business

More boomers are launching their own businesses. Why they have a much better success rate than others, what you need to consider before launch, and the biggest mistakes people make, with Sharon Epperson.
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Gauging patience of 401k participants

Discussing recent movement in 401k portfolios on market fears, with Ric Edelman, Edelman Financial Services, and CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
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Abrupt movement in 401(k) portfolios

CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on the correlation between market moves and movement in 401(k) investments.
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Ins & outs of annuities

You've probably heard of them, but you may not know exactly what they are. Personal Finance Reporter Sharon Epperson explains how an annuity works, what the different types are, whether they're right for you, and why you have to be very careful before you buy.
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Messy wallet, messy financial life?

CNBC personal finance reporter Sharon Epperson shares some much-needed wallet organization tips with the Today show crew Wednesday morning.
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Volatility's silver lining playbook

What does the stock market's recent wild ride mean to consumers? For some, the latest correction in stocks has a silver lining. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses why you might have more cash in your pocket this holiday season.
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How to avoid student loan default

For 2014 college graduates, the six month grace period on most federal loans is about to expire. Sharon Epperson outlines some repayment strategies.
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Cutting back on spending

Bankrate is reporting two thirds of Americans are holding back on spending. CNBC's Sharon Epperson has the details.
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Cap student loans?

Mark Cuban has proposed capping student loans at $10 thousand annually to help save the U.S. economy. CNBC's Sharon Epperson provides perspective into fixing student loan debt.
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