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Some states are adding jobs much faster than others. CNBC knows, because we've been measuring job creation in all 50 states for 10 years in our annual America's Top States for Business study.

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Landlady ruling your life? No pets allowed? Maybe it’s finally time to take the plunge and call the shots in your own space. But, there are important questions to ask before taking the leap into homeownership.

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Owning a home is often considered the American dream — and it’s an expensive one. Homeowners in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., pay from 33% to 93% more for housing each month than do renters living in the same state, according to a new NerdWallet analysis.

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Baby Boomers are increasingly downsizing and opting out of homeownership entirely in order to prepare for retirement, according to a new study from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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Where to retire is a deeply personal decision that no one else can make for you. However, if you haven't already settled on a destination, a comprehensive analysis of your options can help narrow your search.

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Gallup and Healthways have released the State of American Well-Being: 2016 Community Well-Being Rankings report, which highlights important trends in health and well-being within communities across the nation.

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Deciding when to take the home-buying plunge can be tough. For military members and their families, the unique nature of their service often adds a new layer of consideration.

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Should you buy or rent? Most people ask themselves this question and there’s no clear correct answer. Before you give up in frustration, take some time to ask yourself the following questions.

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Baby boomers and millennials — could they be more different? The former are in or nearing retirement, while the other group is ambitiously rising in the workforce. Many millennials are waiting to marry and have kids, while their dear old boomer parents, quite possibly divorced by now, were comparatively eager to settle down in their twenties.

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The real estate market has adapted to consumer demands in recent years, moving towards more abundant options and amenities as well as an increase in rental availability. There are many reasons why wealthy couples, families and individuals are choosing to rent rather than purchase homes. Multiple factors are involved and the trend is likely to continue as the next generation of affluent Americans is drawn to the many advantages of pursuing options designed for luxury. 
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