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Oct 1, 2010
Retirement security has changed immensely since the Great Recession -- it looks now that many Americans have not saved enough. Hosts Tess Vigeland and Kai Ryssdal speak to Roger Ferguson, president and CEO of TIAA-CREF, about the future.
Aug 13, 2010
Marketplace's Economics Editor Chris Farrell argues that retirement age can be lowered -- without ruining the Social Security system.
Oct 2, 2009
When a company like Washington Mutual or Lehman Brothers dies, its stock doesn't automatically die with it. Tess Vigeland reports on how to spot half-dead stocks still lurking around trading floors.
Sep 14, 2008
I'm doing some research into the trend in personal bankruptcies this morning, and I came on this blog,Bankruptcy Law Network: It's by bankruptcy...
Jun 6, 2008
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about private mortgage insurance, 457s vs. 403(b)s, removing a co-signer and borrowing from a 401(k).
Mar 26, 2007
Demographics may not be destiny, but America is getting older and an aging population will need plenty of long-term care. The cost of a nursing...
Mar 19, 2013
In a recent survey, more than half of U.S. workers saving for retirement have less than $25,000 in the bank for the golden years. That's not a lot of money -- how do retirees survive on that?
Jul 6, 2012
Credit cards can make you feel like anything's possible -- until you get the bill.
May 4, 2012
Labor economist Teresa Ghilarducci thinks it's time for the 401(k) to be replaced.