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If you're counting on Social Security benefits, you better make sure you don't owe Uncle Sam.5 million offsets from Social Security payments to consumers, including both checks and electronic funds transfers.

The Powerball jackpot has jumped to $435 million, after Wednesday's drawing failed to yield a winner for the top prize.If you are lucky enough to pick the winning combo for this weekend's drawing, there's one thing you need to do right away: pause.

Mark Meadows singled out the border adjustment tax on CNBC's "Power Lunch" Tuesday as the "one stumbling block" keeping tax reform from moving forward in Congress., until the tax reform plan is completed.

Marriage can make life easier, but not when it comes to Social Security.Each year you delay from your full retirement age until you turn 70 will boost your benefits by 8 percent.

More from Top States for Business:Top States for Business: Full ListThe 10 best states in America to live inThe 10 best states in America to find a job But there's some debate about what makes states friendly to small business.Here is a look at six key factors that make states attractive to small business, according to experts and entrepreneurs.

The Powerball jackpot, which was won by a lucky soul in California on Saturday, soared to nearly $448 million, after last week's drawing failed to yield a winner for the top prize.That massive haul ranks among the largest jackpot in U.

Speaking to Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook said bringing that money back is "what's good for America.The issue is the existing tax has been crazy," Cook said.

Despite House Speaker Paul Ryan promising on Tuesday to pass a tax reform plan by the end of this year, many investors have their doubts.I think it's extremely optimistic to think that it will," Albion Financial Chief Investment Officer Jason Ware told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Tuesday.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will face questions about the firing of FBI Director James Comey and undeclared meetings with Russian officials at a U.Republican Senator James Lankford, a member of the intelligence panel, told CBS' "Face the Nation" the decision was not finalized, but "I assume that this will be public.

President Donald Trump are urging him not to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions despite rifts between the two men, sources familiar with internal White House conversations said on Wednesday.But he might not listen to that advice," one of the sources said.

Senior administration officials told CNBC the Commerce Department will release its first report on "streamlining permitting and reducing regulatory burdens for domestic manufacturing" early next week.President Donald Trump commissioned Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in a presidential memorandum on January 24 to review all manufacturing regulations.

Read MoreWhy Apple is fighting the FBI's San Bernardino investigation Up until now, Apple has helped the FBI with the case, the company said.But Apple CEO Tim Cook released a letter saying he would challenge the FBI's demands.

The trade in binary options has been linked with large-scale fraud, to the degree that the FBI in March issued a warning to investors.Many binary options firms that international clients have complained about are based in Israel, investigations by The Times of Israel and Reuters have shown.

Investigators said in a preliminary report published Tuesday by Brazil's top court that Temer deserves to be investigated for passive corruption.Attorney General Rodrigo Janot said last month there were enough preliminary indications of wrongdoing for Temer to be investigated for corruption and obstruction of justice.

A fan of right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos has filed a lawsuit against the regents of the University of California, the mayor of Berkeley and a slew of others over alleged civil rights and First Amendment violations.The lawsuit in federal court in Northern California alleges University of California and other officials curtailed the rights of Kiara Robles by subjecting her and other invitees to bodily harm because they were expressing a different viewpoint.

Nearly three-quarters of Americans are willing to pay increased taxes or tolls to fund roads and other transportation infrastructure, according to a survey from HNTB Corp.The number rises to 84 percent if those tax and toll hikes are mandated by law to be spent only on the infrastructure projects for which they were intended, the survey found.

Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] President Donald Trump gives a joint press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in the White House Rose Garden on Friday.

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They were all part of an increasing trend called the "gray divorce.Robin Marchant | Getty Images Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman jumped on the "gray divorce" bandwagon in 2017.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has hired D.Democrats have scrutinized Sessions' interactions with Russian officials after he didn't disclose them in his confirmation hearing.
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