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Buy used: save bucks, live better

Sep 23, 2011
Our guest blogger this week is J.D.Roth and his topic is buying used. He's the founder of the personal finance blog, GetRichSlowly....
Posted In: featured@, Personal Finance
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Would you or better yet, should you buy a pre-paid car maintenance plan?

Sep 23, 2011
When you buy a new car, the finance manager might try to sell you a pre-paid maintenance plan. On the spur of the moment, this might sound like a...
Posted In: budget, Edmunds, Personal Finance, Phil Reed, pre-paid car maintenance
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Getting Personal: Franchises, budgeting in uncertain times

Sep 23, 2011
Tess Vigeland and David Lazarus of the Los Angeles Times answer listeners' personal finance questions.
Posted In: Personal Finance
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Are credit scores fair?

Sep 23, 2011
Matt Haughey says he's in his best financial condition yet, but his credit score is still low. John Ulzheimer of SmartCredit.com says credit scores need a little elbow grease to maintain, but are a fair assessment of a person's finances.
Posted In: Personal Finance
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Piggy Bank Award: For a better financial future

Sep 16, 2011
This week's piggy prize goes to someone who wants to make smarter financial decisions.
Posted In: Personal Finance
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September consumer sentiment inches up

Sep 16, 2011
Consumer sentiment. Consumer comfort. We've got measures galore on consumers. But do these surveys have any predictive value?
Posted In: Personal Finance
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Getting Personal: Emergency funds, credit scores

Sep 16, 2011
Tess Vigeland and Marketplace's economics editor Chris Farrell answer listeners' personal finance questions.
Posted In: Personal Finance
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More older, educated Americans filing for bankruptcy

Sep 16, 2011
More evidence that higher education doesn't necessarily protect you from financial disasters: The number of Americans with advanced degrees filing for bankruptcy jumped 20 percent over the last five years.
Posted In: Personal Finance
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Do You Have Financial PTSD?

Sep 9, 2011
You have been traumatized by a financial disaster from which you are convinced you cannot recover or come back, nor believe that you can find a job...
Posted In: Dr. Mark Goulston, financial disaster, Personal Finance, PTSD
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Getting Personal: Emergency funds, a relative's loan request

Sep 9, 2011
Bob Moon and MSN personal finance columnist Liz Pulliam Weston answer listeners' personal finance questions.
Posted In: Personal Finance

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