Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has declared the recession over. Stock prices have climbed. Yet, many investors are still cautious. Tess Vigeland talks to Bob Frick of Kiplinger's Personal Finance about whether this is a stock market rally we can trust.
If there's one complaint common to people lucky enough to have health insurance, it's the explanation of benefits form that you get after visits to the doctor. As Tamara Keith reports, it needs a whole lot of explaining itself.
Noah Glass was just about to start Harvard Business School when he threw that opportunity out the window to pursue his dream of starting a business that makes the buying of fast-food go faster. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Tess Vigeland and Los Angeles Times consumer columnist David Lazarus answer listeners' questions, from how to prove you didn't receive income that the IRS says you did, to fighting back against debt-relief scams.
In many immigrant families, kids are the only ones with a strong enough grasp of English to interact with the teller at the bank. They act as translators and family budgeters. Mayra Jimenez shares her story.