Segments From this episode
We'd all like some guidance on our finances, but how can you make sure your adviser has your best interests in mind? Jeremy Hobson explains how to pick the right financial planner.
If prices are up, how are inflation fears decreasing? Economics editor Chris Farrell sets the story straight, explaining how the CPI relates to your rising grocery bill.
The Internet has allowed us to automate more aspects of our lives. Commentator Ron Lieber introduces us to the next step: subscription toiletries, courtesy of Amazon.
Are you one of the millions of waiters in LA hoping for your big break? On this week's "A Day in the Work Life," we see how casting director Felicia Fasano finds the next famous face.
With budgets tight, more people are turning to the Internet to trade their possessions for cash. Scott speaks to one such seller who just parted with his prized amp collection.
Despite a bad reputation, payday loan stores are popping up on every corner and now, online. Scott asks Stephen Franklin about the success of payday lenders and the pitfalls of signing up.
Marketplace Money for May 17-18, 2008