Michelle Fox, CNBC

Michelle Fox


Hopatcong, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Michelle:

Being in a wedding party costs an average $825. Here’s how to avoid debt and regret

There's a marriage boom underway, which may mean you'll be shelling out a lot of money to be in wedding parties. → Read More

These 10 companies help pay for their employees’ vacations

While paid vacation days are a sought-after benefit, some employers are taking it a step further and giving workers money to help offset the cost of their trips → Read More

Here’s what Gen Z and millennials want from their employers amid the Great Resignation

Good work-life balance and learning and development opportunities are the top priorities for younger generations of workers, according to a Deloitte survey. → Read More

Does inflation have you worried about retirement? Here's what experts say to do

Prices are rising on everything from food to homes. Add a volatile stock market to the mix and those saving for retirement may be rethinking their investments. → Read More

Inflation is costing U.S. households an extra $311 a month. Here's what's more expensive and how you can save some money

Consumer prices rose 8.3% in March, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. → Read More

Inflation is costing U.S. households an extra $341 a month. Here's what's more expensive and how you can save some money

Consumer prices rose 8.3% in March, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. → Read More

The ‘Great Resignation’ has changed the workplace for good. ‘We’re not going back,’ says the expert who coined the term

Many employers now offer flexibility and wellness benefits to attract and retain talent. 'The new changes are here to stay,' says psychologist Anthony Klotz. → Read More

‘We are being squeezed in every direction’ – As inflation grips small businesses, here’s how they are responding

Some 75% of small business owners are experiencing a rise in the cost of their supplies, yet only 40% are increasing prices, a CNBC survey found. → Read More

Employers boost mental wellness benefits amid the Great Resignation

The Covid-19 pandemic drove home the demand for mental wellness benefits. The Great Resignation is showing the need for companies to follow through. → Read More

As mortgage rates rise, here’s how to decide whether you should buy a home or rent

Rising mortgage rates and prices are squeezing buyers. At the same time, rents are also up. Here's what to consider when deciding which move is right for you. → Read More

Rising rates, inflation and market volatility: Here’s how to manage challenging times

Americans' wallets are being impacted by a number of economic and market factors. → Read More

Adjustable-rate mortgages are gaining in popularity. Here’s how to know if one is right for you

Double the amount of borrowers have applied for adjustable-rate mortgages from earlier this year. Here is how they work. → Read More

Here's how to get the most money towards college

There are ways to get more financial aid or negotiate for additional scholarship money towards a college education. → Read More

U.S. households are spending an extra $327 a month due to inflation. Here are 5 ways to manage your money better

Another month of rising inflation means Americans are paying more for everything from food to gasoline. → Read More

California considers a shortened, 32-hour workweek for larger companies

California legislators are calling for a 32-hour workweek for companies with more than 500 employees. → Read More

Deepak Chopra: Here’s how to be mindful with your money

More than half of Americans are more stressed about finances now than they were a year ago. It can help to practice money mindfulness. → Read More

Inflation may cause Americans to cut back on travel. Here’s how to vacation and save money

Some 40% of Americans plan to cut back on travel if inflation persists, a CNBC + Acorns Invest in You survey found. Here's how to find deals and save money. → Read More

Who should teach kids about money? Americans say parents, but many don't talk to their own children about it: CNBC + Acorns survey

A CNBC + Acorns survey finds 31% of parents aren't having any money conversations with their kids. Here are some tools that will help. → Read More

Inflation fears force Americans to rethink financial choices

Americans are more financially stressed than a year ago, with 48% thinking about higher prices all the time, a CNBC + Acorns Invest in You survey found. → Read More

A four-day workweek pilot program is now underway in the U.S. and Canada

Thirty-eight companies across the U.S. and Canada started testing the four-day workweek Friday. → Read More