Now may be the time to take the plunge as licensed marijuana companies ramp up production and rush to fill jobs ahead of pot's legalization in Canada on Oct. 17. The medical marijuana company has about 1,000 employees, but that number will soon balloon by more than half. Accounting firm Deloitte
John Aitken was married for 30 years. When the marriage ended he and his ex-wife Sheena agreed to split the Canada Pension Plan credits accumulated during their time together 50-50. CPP is reduced for people who take it early.
You might think of networking as a necessary career-boosting tool, but it's just as important in retirement. Many retirees quickly realize how closely their identities were attached to their jobs. "Some people have very robust volunteer networks and personal networks, but lots of people don
If you’re planning to retire in your sixties, but your nest egg isn’t ready yet, what’s the best money strategy? Should you turbocharge your savings now, or work longer? Senior Personal Financial Correspondent Sharon Epperson runs the numbers on which ...
Many people who work 9 to 5 find themselves working for the weekend. Here are some jobs that offer quirky time-off policies.
On top of booking flights and hotels as far in advance as possible to avoid higher costs, there are a few key ways to avoid trading the freedom of a vacation for future pain.
A study by Key Private Bank finds that only 25 percent of high net worth clients had plans in place for long-term care, contrary to advice on timelines from financial advisors.
Former National Economic Council Deputy Director, Special Assistant to President Bush, Hoover Institution Visiting Fellow and Mercatus Center Senior Strategist and CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses entitlement reform as a new study shows Social Security b...
Chris Pratt, star of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" lived in a van and says he worked "just enough to cover gas, food and fishing supplies" until he was discovered by a movie director while waiting tables in Hawaii.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states now have the power to force online retailers to collect sales tax in states where they do not have a physical presence, reversing a ruling from 1992 in a 5-4 decision.
At least that's the conclusion of a 2017 study in the journal Health Economics, which has linked early retirement with longer lifespans. The circumstances under which someone retires, their health and how they spend their time after leaving the workforce could all contribute to a person's longevity
Expenses typical for retirees have risen faster than the cost-of-living adjustment that beneficiaries receive annually, according to an annual report from the Senior Citizens League.
Your impact on the organization over many years can quickly fade away when you leave the office. Focusing on your legacy during your final years on the job will benefit the organization, and you'll exit with a deeper satisfaction from your career. Introduce him or her to colleagues, share your
Financial decisions for teenagers revolve around how to spend their money: To buy the shoes or not to buy the shoes, that is the only question. Your 20s are the the best age to begin investing because you have so much time on your side, says Shannah Compton Game, an Los Angeles-based certified financial
Job skill requirements for human resource officers are changing fast. Here's what will be required over the next three to five years, according to LinkedIn data analysis.
CNBC's Jon Fortt discusses getting the most out of career development and job searching with Ryan Roslansky senior vice president of product at Linkedin.
Even one resume mistake can make the smartest person look dumb, according to Jennifer Lasater, vice president of career services at Purdue University Global.
"You get there and think, 'Someone is going to train me, walk me through the process,'" of succeeding at work, says Bianca Jackson, a career branding consultant. Establish a baseline of projects and goals with your boss, keep track of "your different wins and your learning opportunities
A combination of limited taxation on Social Security benefits, a boosted standard deduction and the tax-free status of Roth IRA withdrawals mean some older Americans reach a point where they owe no taxes and therefore don't need to file a return with the IRS.
Whether you're worried about saving enough money for the future or regret that you didn't set aside enough in the past, it's easy to get stressed about retirement. Anxiety levels can escalate even further at the thought of trimming costs to save for retirement. "The overwhelming advice
Your next pot of retirement cash is lurking in your insurance plan: Say hello to the health savings account. Here's how to get the most out of it.