Marketplace Money for Friday, December 28, 2012
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A new year provides the perfect opportunity to give our personal finances a fresh start. What do you resolve to change in 2013? We have tips for keeping those money resolutions. If you're looking for lessons on money, perhaps you should turn to "Hamlet." We look at the connection between Shakespeare and finance. Plus, stories on getting money for your unredeemed gift cards, how to control the behavior of your party guests, what you can learn financially from pawn shops, and the high costs of attending college bowl games.
Posted In: advice, financial advice, tips
The end of the year is a great time for a financial tune-up. Here are some smart money moves you can make to ensure a good New Year.
Posted In: college sports, BCS Championship, college football
From travel to organized festivities, lodging to food, and oh yeah, the tickets -- attending a college bowl game costs a pretty penny.
Posted In: Personal Finance, letters
Can you monitor your credit report frequently without it damaging your credit score? Does removing a secondary user from a credit card affect your credit rating? Personal finance guru Liz Weston answers listeners' questions about money.
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