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CBS This Morning: Rise in Side Hustles

Even with unemployment at a 50-year low, 43% of full-time employees say they have a job outside of their primary work, according to a Bank Rate survey in June. Taking on an extra job for money or experience is often called having a “side hustle.” I joined CBS This Morning to discuss why so many Americans have second jobs.

CBS This Morning: Rough Week on Wall Street

Your 401(k) may be taking a hit this week after another sell-off in the markets. The Dow, Nasdaq and S&P each lost more than 1.5% of their value Wednesday, the second straight day of losses. President Trump placed the blame on his political foes, and "impeachment nonsense." I joined CBS This Morning to discuss what's really behind the drop.

CBS This Morning: FAFSA Season

Tuesday marks the first day you can apply for college financial aid for the next school year. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, determines grants, loans and work study money for more than 12 million students. I joined CBS This Morning to discuss why even those who don't think they will qualify for aid should still apply.

CBS This Morning: Interest Rate Cut

Federal Reserve Bank leaders, working to prevent an economic slowdown, begin two days of meetings on Tuesday. Economists predict they will announce an interest rate cut of 25 basis points, or a quarter of a percent. It would be the second cut this year. I joined CBS This Morning to discuss how this could affect your bottom line.

How to Avoid Making Dumb Financial Decisions

Here’s my presentation from the World Domination Summit as I talked about two main emotions that effect our relationship with money — greed and fear. I reminded the WDS 2020 audience that we have the power to control and take action even when we feel these emotions and that we don’t have to make dumb decisions when it comes to money.

CBS This Morning: Impact of Rate Cut

The cost of borrowing is coming down. For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates. The central bank lowered the benchmark federal funds rate by a quarter percentage point Wednesday. The decision could make it easier for consumers to borrow money, on everything from credit cards to car loans. I joined CBS This Morning with a look at what the decision means for your wallet.