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Health care spending could double

| Feb 24, 2009
An annual federal report out today finds health coverage could nearly double within the next decade. By 2016, public payers could be doling out more than half of all health care funding. Ronni Radbill reports.
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Golden opportunity at gold parties

| Feb 20, 2009
With the price of an ounce of gold breaking the $1,000 mark, some people are looking to cash in -- with gold parties. Ronni Radbill reports on the growing popularity of these parties, where you can sell gold for cash.
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Bring on the Tweets

Scott Jagow | Feb 23, 2009
Okay, I'm convinced. I've signed up for Twitter. You can access my profile and start following me at http://twitter.com/scottjagow . I'm...
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Getting lots of Mc-Lovin'

Scott Jagow | Feb 18, 2009
Does it bother you that the big winners in this recession are Wal-Mart and McDonald's? Yesterday, Wal-Mart said sales set a record last quarter,...
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Should I stick with mutual funds?

Chris Farrell | Feb 20, 2009
Question: In 2006 I decided that I would move my (significant) individual mutual fund holdings to a managed account with my investment firm (a...
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Your take on taxes

Scott Jagow | Feb 23, 2009
Let's have it out on the President's budget plan. He wants to cut the deficit in half by the end of his term. Some of it is a deficit he...
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Getting credit where credit is due

Amy Scott | May 23, 2008
Think having bad credit is rough? There are some 50 million people in the U.S. who have no credit. But that doesn't mean they can't get on the record. Amy Scott tells us how one person did and how you can, too.
Posted In: Investing
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Tales of Service: Sharon McNary, Army

| Feb 20, 2009
Sharon McNary, an analyst with Marketplace's Public Insight Network, writes about her days in the Army, and the events leading up to the awarding of her Special Service Medal.
Posted In: Jobs
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Neighbor vs Neighbor

Scott Jagow | Feb 20, 2009
One reason I think the housing bailout is raising so much ire is that it pits Americans against each other. A family on one side of the street...
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Bloomberg wants your business in NYC

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Feb 19, 2009
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to help his city's slumping financial sector. He announced a plan that will invest millions of dollars to strengthen Wall Street and encourage start-ups to come to the Big Apple. Ashley-Milne Tyte reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

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