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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...
May 20, 2013
Do you save money by growing your own food? Or does the cost of maintain a garden wither any savings you get from harvesting your own heirloom tomatoes?
Nov 18, 2011
Marketplace Money host Tess Vigeland and David Lazarus, consumer columnist for The Los Angeles Times answer listener questions.
Aug 18, 2011
The Fed wants to keep interest rates low until 2013, which was supposed to reduce uncertainty. Why does Thomas Hoenig think it actually will have the opposite effect?
Jul 22, 2011
Financial guru Suze Orman discusses why it's hard for some people to hear the truth about their finances and her issue with FICO.
Sep 2, 2010
Regardless of economic climate, government offices continue to pay pensions. But the Great Recession is making governments re-think future employee pensions and how to deal with the pensions they're currently doling out.