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After decades of living, you end up with a lot of stuff. "Senior movers" help confront the mess when seniors decide to downsize and move to a smaller home or a senior living community.
Tess Vigeland and David Lazarus of the Los Angeles Times answer your questions about the new rules of investing for twenty-somethings, starting a business and an update on a previous caller and his dream convertible.
Are you one of the lucky ones? Bank of America so far is the only card company who's admitted publicly of lowering rates. Reporter Stacey Vanek Smith says this may be a sign that credit card issuers are loosening up.
Many banks are cutting interest rates for their best credit customers, but for most of the population, credit is still hard to come by. One option for some in California is a fast growing company that offers loans to low income Latinos.
Tess Vigeland talks to Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary about what people should be aware of when they receive advice on their 401(k) plans.
Tess Vigeland talks to Jean Constantine-Davis, a lawyer with the AARP Foundation, about the AARP's lawsuit against the U.S. housing department.
Marketplace Money for Friday, March 11, 2011