When it’s time to end your career and retire, your next act could be an adventure. Once an option reserved only for the ultra-wealthy, retiring abroad is a way of life that could fit your post-paycheck budget. But what are the risks in committing to a new country, and what happens if your health changes? Author Kathleen Peddicort ranks the best international destinations to start the next chapter of your life, and even enjoy a lower cost of living than staying stateside.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the long and short of rates saying that managed markets don't act "predictably" and short rates will reflect more normalization.
Oil prices surged dramatically in the last two weeks thanks to OPEC freeze talk, but there's little expectation the cartel will act.
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The Affordable Care Act is getting more people insured. But private insurers seem unable to make money, Breakingviews reports.
One expert called for an overhaul of the Affordable Care Act, or many Americans could suffer.
The survey found that about 1 in 5 executives said the Affordable Care Act is leading to workforce reductions.
Patrick Geraghty, Florida Blue CEO, discusses why his company is staying with the Affordable Care Act amid Aetna's retreat from Obamacare, the high cost of health care and the future of Obamacare.
The move will leave many consumers with less choices next year for Affordable Care Act health plans.
The health insurer will only offer individual Affordable Care Act exchange plans in four states.