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Piggy Bank Award: Twitter edition

Jul 1, 2011
Host Tess Vigeland challenged her Twitter followers to reveal their first moments of financial independence, in one 140-character tweet.
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Getting Personal: Saving for grandchildren, retirement or a wedding?

Jun 24, 2011
Marketplace Money host Tess Vigeland and Los Angeles Times' consumer columnist David Lazarus answer listener questions.
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Piggy Bank Award: Brand promise

Jun 24, 2011
Host Tess Vigeland announces her weekly Marketplace Money piggy award.
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Getting Personal: Credit cards, becoming self-employed

Jun 17, 2011
Marketplace Money host Tess Vigeland and MSN's Liz Pulliam Weston answer listener questions.
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How to have the money talk with your partner

Jun 17, 2011
Kiplinger's Lisa Gerstner discusses how to initiate a conversation about money with your partner and offers advice on merging finances.
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Piggy Bank Award: Military mensch

Jun 17, 2011
This week, host Tess Vigeland awards her weekly piggy honor to a military servicemen giving back to his community.
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Getting Personal: Increasing your credit score, getting a raise

Jun 10, 2011
Marketplace Money guest host Steve Chiotakis and Kathy Kristof of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine answer listener questions.
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Getting Personal: Helping a friend out, starting a business

Jun 3, 2011
Scott Chiotakis and Marketplace's economics editor Chris Farrell answer your personal finance questions.
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How to avoid buyer's remorse

May 27, 2011
Marketplace Money host Tess Vigeland discusses what to do when you have regret over some of the things you buy.
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Generation Y is more financially responsible than you think

May 27, 2011
Older generations knock young adults for being irresponsible. But Kimberly Palmer of the U.S. News and World Report argues that 20-somethings really are responsible.
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