Your Money - Most Commented
Mar 6, 2009
The financial crisis is causing investors to rethink everything they know about investing. Tess Vigeland talks to Jason Zweig, the author of "Your Money & Your Brain," and Richard Peterson, author of Inside the "Investor's Brain," about what we're learning from the fallout.
Mar 2, 2009
Government figures show that Americans are saving more disposable income. While saving may be good in the long run, it's not helping to kick-start the ailing economy. John Dimsdale reports.
Feb 2, 2009
Question: i am a self- employed artist. all of the news about record numbers of people collecting unemployment benefits has me wondering if these...
Dec 5, 2008
Question: If I only have XX dollars in discretionary funds this year, what's the best way to spend them? Local food banks? International aid? Just...
Oct 13, 2008
While the stock market has been fluttering, public pension funds have remained fairly insulated from the ups and downs. Danielle Karson explores why they've been mostly safe -- and why private plans may be in trouble.
Oct 1, 2008
Question: If credit and money is so difficult to get right now, why are savings accounts still yielding only around 2%? Why can't we savers get a...
Jan 4, 2008
Question: I have a monthly mortgage of $786.33. I've been offered a deal where I pay $394.17 every 2 weeks, or $1 more per month. They state I'll...
Mar 30, 2007
It's a question we get all the time on Marketplace Money: Should I save for my retirement or accelerate payments on my mortgage? The way the...
Apr 11, 2013
Thirty-four percent of Americans "like or love" doing their taxes, according to a new survey from the Pew Center for the People and the Press.