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Tess Vigeland and MSN columnist Liz Pulliam Weston answer your questions about balancing your checkbook in the age of the Internet, finding debt relief and lending clubs.
While it seems to have become more difficult in recent times to save for retirement, some people are still able to retire early. Commentator Sydney Lagier retired when she was 44. Her best tip? Don't have kids.
The foreclosure crisis has created a huge mess for mortgage lenders and the government. But even more frustrated are the homeowners caught in the middle. Stacey Vanek Smith follows the tale of one family in the fight to keep their home.
With the big holiday shopping season upon us, it'll be soon that retailers will have to start dealing with customer returns. And while consumers will be getting back their money, many retailers won't. Janet Babin reports on how return policies might be changing.
We all know people who love to return things. The shopping and taking it back can be a time-consuming habit, but it's mostly harmless. Until you cross the line into addiction. Tess Vigeland talks to psychiatry professor Dr. Timothy Fong about returnaholism.
Marketplace Money for Friday, December 3, 2010