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Want to retire early? Answer these questions first

Nov 1, 2013
Marketplace Money listener Amanda wants to retire at the age of 30. What should she know before she makes the leap?
Posted In: listener questions, Retirement
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Spending money saves money, sometimes

Nov 1, 2013
A look at the top 10 things you can save on by comparison shopping.
Posted In: Saving, Personal Finance, spending
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Family finance lessons: Viral hitmaker Tay Zonday

Oct 31, 2013
Adam Bahner, better known as Tay Zonday, talks about what he learned from his parents that helps him manage his finances as a professional viral video superstar and campy Internet sensation.
Posted In: family advice, viral, YouTube
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10 home-buying mistakes to avoid (infographic)

Oct 30, 2013
You want that new home, but make sure you don't make a decision you'll regret later
Posted In: Housing, mistakes, Personal Finance
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Shopping while black, and paying a 'respectability tax'

Oct 30, 2013
Two recent high profile cases of black men being detained and searched after shopping at luxury clothing stores shines a light on a common experience for people of color.
Posted In: profiling, Personal Finance
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How we live money

Oct 29, 2013
Insight into why we do what we do with our money.
Posted In: how we live money, psychology of money, behavioral economics
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Hiding money from your spouse, for the sake of the marriage

Oct 28, 2013
What do you think about hiding money in a relationship? Join the conversation.
Posted In: listener comments, listener questions
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Money secrets: Should you keep a secret bank account?

Oct 24, 2013
What should we talk about when we talk about hiding money in a relationship.
Posted In: Personal Finance, secrets, relationships
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How secure is personal finance software?

Oct 23, 2013
Different services can be a big help in keeping a budget, but are they worth putting all your information at risk?
Posted In: Personal Finance, software, apps, big data
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Eldest children are smarter, more successful: Study

Oct 22, 2013
A new study claims that eldest children are the smartest and highest achieving in families because parents are able to spend the most time with them.
Posted In: family, birth order

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