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What's in your wallet?
A woman shows the card in her wallet that helped her score big on her latest Vegas trip.
We take a listen to the congressional hearing on the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and a home owner who shares what he hopes the new agency will do for consumers like him.
A supporter of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau talks to Tess Vigeland about how he thinks the bureau will help consumers.
Money host Tess Vigeland and Chris Farrell answer listener questions.
We dig into the mail bag and read your responses to stories
Some underwater home owners may be able to find some financial relief -- and keep their homes -- by having their second mortgage dropped through a little known legal provision.
Financial planner Carl Richards talks about why you shouldn't obsessively follow Wall Street if you want to be wealthy for the long term.
Millennials may be able to pick up the latest technology in a snap and make an art of multitasking, but they're often lacking manners.