Posted by Christina Huh
For Marketplace Money, Friday, March 11, 2011
After decades of living, you end up with a lot of stuff. Reporter Susan Shepherd talks about the booming "senior movers" industry. They help confront the years of stuff seniors have to confront when they decide to downsize to a smaller home. An AARP lawyer talked to Tess about seniors being targeted for reverse mortgages. Meanwhile, personal columinst Michelle Singletary talks about what future retirees will have to watch out for when getting investment advice
Reporter Jennifer Collins introduces a way to get loans, even if you have bad or no credit. And The New York TImes's Carl Richards explains our different financial perspectives on a cocktail napkin.