Marketplace Money for December 8-9, 2007
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President Bush has announced his plan to help homeowners in crisis but is it too little too late? Tess asks Nick Retsinas at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard.
In this mortgage mess, even a cautious homeowner can end up stuck with an impossible loan. Marketplace's Alisa Roth tells us what to do when you realize you're in over your head.
Looking to cut your energy bills? Act fast and you could cut your tax burden at the same time. Tess asks Andrea Coombes how to take advantage of deductions expiring in 2008.
On this week's "A Day in the Work Life," our regular look at how folks trade time for money, we go on the beat in our nation's capital with homicide detective Bill Xanten.
Our economics editor Chris Farrell answers your burning money questions. This week: getting started in investing, foreclosure, sticking to a budget and lending money to family.
Tess sits in one last time with the women of Formerly Baroque to find out how these Virginia women managed in the market in 2007.
The mailbox is bursting with your comments. This month: your thoughts on "Consumed", mileage runners, the cause of the mortgage crisis, mortgage resets and home swappers.