Features by David Lazarus
Posted In: Getting Personal, letters
Glenn Kelman, CEO of real estate website Redfin, answers listeners questions about short sales, home renovations and what to do when your family outgrows its house.
Posted In: health care, hospital
His own cat bit him. Then David Lazarus got an infection. Surgery, tests and a hospital stay later, his total bill came to $55,000.
Posted In: flu, health care
Flu season is in full swing. Some people take the flu shot, some take time off when they feel under the weather and some still report to work no matter how bad they feel. Dr. Russell Greenfield answers questions about seasonal sickness and debunks some common myths about the flu shot.
Posted In: Personal Finance, socially reponsible investing
Can you be a socially responsible investor and still get good returns on your investments? When do you know it's time to file for bankruptcy? If your retirement account provider starts charging little fees, is it time to shop around? L.A. Times consumer columnist David Lazarus helps listeners with these personal finance questions.
Posted In: letters
L.A. Times consumer columnist David Lazarus tackles trip insurance, low income housing, first-time salary negotiations and why on earth someone would still choose to still pay bills by check (we're looking at you, Tony Cox!).
Posted In: college, Tuition, financial aid, federal aid
The cost of college continues to soar higher and higher. An education expert posits that costs can go down if the public sector pulls out of higher education.
Posted In: family, marriage, Social Security, identity theft, Retirement, emergency fund, college
David Lazarus of the Los Angeles Times answers caller questions on personal finance, along with CBS MoneyWatch.com editor-at-large Jill Schlesinger.
Posted In: Health, junk food ban
Figuring out where personal responsibility ends and government intervention begins when it comes to eating habits.
Posted In: health care, Medicare, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, vouchers
A former supporter and architect of the Medicare vouchers program explains why he's now opposed to the program, which Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney supports.
Posted In: class action lawsuits, letters, background check, david lazarus, paddy hirsch
Tess is joined by Paddy Hirsch and David Lazarus to answer listeners questions.