Our parents have a huge influence on how we manage our money. Car-sharing services are on the rise. Auto makers aren't shaking in their boots. Occupy Wall Street is comprised of a diverse group of people. A "one-percenter" — investment adviser Josh Brown — explained to the executives of his industry why American citizens are so angry at them.
We learn what's cheaper -- and tastier -- to make at home and what you should just buy from the grocery store.
Your parents have a huge influence on how you deal with money. A personal finance columnist shares what she learned about retirement from her mother.
What's in your wallet?
A former personal trainer who suffered a terrible car accident shares what he keeps in his wallet to keep himself motivated.
Maps - Car culture
On the fence about what car to buy? New car-sharing services like RelayRides and Zipcar are making it easier for people to rent out automobiles and test drive them.
Occupy Wall St.
From unemployed college grads to homemakers, reporter Stacey Vanek Smith talks to the people who are protesting in Zuccotti Park.
Occupy Wall St.
Josh Brown may be in the same group as the bankers and brokers that the Occupy movements are protesting against, but he's just as angry as the protestors are at his own industry.
The erratic ups and downs -- particularly the downs -- of the market may make you want to run away from Wall Street. But we talk about asset allocations and how to do it right.
Tess Vigeland and Marketplace's economics editor Chris Farrell answer listeners' money questions.
Piggy Bank Award
This week's piggy is awarded to a couple who made smart money decisions for their own "micro-economy."