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Financial Feud: Financial Literacy
39 states now have financial curriculum standards in their schools, which means, there's a new teacher in town.
Financial Feud: Cheap party vs. Bachelorette blowout
Would you go all out for a friend's bachelorette party or plan something more affordable? Our experts weigh in on an argument between one listener and her sister's bridal party. See what they say and weigh in.
Financial Feud: Store credit vs. Credit score
Have you ever accepted a credit offer at the register? Or do you think store cards hurt more than they help? See what are experts say and weigh in.
You say spend, they say save. Who's right? Play Financial Feud to find out.
Be the judge in our personal finance court of opinion. Or submit your own argument and let a jury of Marketplace Money peers decide the case.
Financial Feud: Buy iPhone outright vs. Make monthly payments
Have your kids ever asked you for something you said they'd have to earn instead? For one listener and her teenage son, it was an iPhone. Hear what our experts have to say about their financial feud.
Financial Feud: Paying for daycare vs. Quitting to care for a kid
Kyle wants to quit her job so she can stay home with her daughter and stop paying for daycare. Her husband says they need her paycheck to pay the bills. Whose side are you on?
Financial Feud: Earn reward miles vs. Avoid the bills
What do you think of airline credit cards: a great way to earn miles or a pain in the neck? Our experts help a listener named Debbie resolve the financial feud she's been having with her husband. See what they say and weigh in.
Financial Feud: Energy costs vs. Amenities
John and his partner have gotten competitive over energy costs. His partner wants him to cut back his consumption. John's unwilling to give up basic amenities -- like using warm water to rinse the dishes. Whose side are you on?
Financial Feud: Roommates share food vs. Eat alone
Marketplace Money listener Qian is in a fight with his roommates. He wants to save money by sharing food and splitting costs. They want to buy their own groceries. Who's right? Hear from our experts.
Financial Feud: Bagged lunch vs. Lunch out
Matt and his wife constantly argue over lunch. He likes to eat out with coworkers. She wants him to brown bag it and save money. Who's right? See what our experts say and weigh in.