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Did you know that if you borrow from your Social Security early and pay it back later, the government will call things even? Bob Moon reports on an option that almost sounds too good to be true.
Sometimes it's hard to ask for what you want, but as author Linda Babcock tells host Tess Vigeland, getting over your fear of negotiation could literally mean millions of dollars over the span of your career.
A new study says uninsured Americans will spend upwards of $30 billion on health care this year. Economics editor Chris Farrell sets the story straight on the prospects for real reform.
The business of online networking is growing, partly because people are using their networks to recruit and job-seek. As Jeremy Hobson reports, just like offline, it's not what you know, it's who you know.
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about saving for a child's education, getting a mortgage in retirement, American Depositary Receipts and providing health care for a family member.
Being a stay-at-home mom could be a precarious move, according to Leslie Bennetts, author of "The Feminine Mistake." She talks with host Tess Vigeland about the consequences passing on the workplace could have down the road.
Marketplace Money for August 29, 2008