Remember to save

May 20, 2011
"Remember to save" is hardly a stirring catchphrase for the college graduating class of 2011. But savings will pay off measured by the financial...
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Getting Personal: Planning for a lay off and saving for taxes

May 13, 2011
Host Tess Vigeland and Kiplinger's Kathy Kristof discuss whether it's a good idea to accept an offer to hold the mortgage on your home loan, how to plan for an impending lay off and how much money an independent freelancer should save for taxes.
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Time to buy stocks?

May 6, 2011
Question: Thank you for your insight and advice you have shared on your show....
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Where should I save

May 3, 2011
Question: I am 31 and a recent law school graduate. Needless to say, I have a daunting amount of school debt hanging over my head, approximately ...
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Saving automatically

Apr 27, 2011
Question: I'm 21 years old and a full-time college student, but I also string pearls and hostess on occasion. I'm paid in cash for both jobs. (Is...
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Managing savings for parents

Apr 26, 2011
Question: I have a question and hoping you can guide me here. My parents are assembly workers, they saved up about 25,000 dollars over the past 13...
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Giving your kid more financial control

Apr 15, 2011
Tess Vigeland awards the inaugural Marketplace Money Piggy Award to a father who developed a new system of allowance for his daughter.
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An emergency fund calculation

Apr 4, 2011
Question: The concern I have is whether I am determining 6-12 months worth of living expenses correctly. The range I get when attempting to...
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Our relationship with food and money

Apr 1, 2011
A new book says it's no accident that our attitudes and feelings about food and money are connected. Author Geneen Roth joined host Tess Vigeland to talk about her new book, "Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations about Food and Money."
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A single parent and savings

Mar 30, 2011
Question: I am a student right now. My husband left me with our two small children a year and a half ago, and I had no money and no job. I enrolled...
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