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The midlife economic anxiety crisis
The most anxious people in our economic anxiety poll are 35 to 54-year-olds.
The financial anxiety of living on a fixed income
One Alabama resident who had just $10 left over after paying bills shares her story.
'My Financial Resolution? To Make a Financial Resolution.'
Why is it so hard to make, let alone keep, a financial resolution?
Financial Feud: Separate vs. Joint marital finances
Brice and his wife keep their finances separate but constantly argue when it comes to paying bills. She wants to keep things split. He wants to budget better for joint expenses. Our experts offer advice.
Financial Feud: Keep it private vs. Share your story
Would you feel comfortable sharing your personal finances with a national news organization (like Marketplace Money, for example)? A listener named Jay did. His wife did not. Find out what happened.
Financial Feud: Rent an apartment vs. A home
Sean and his wife can't agree on where to live. She wants to rent a single-family home. He wants to move into a smaller place and spend as little as possible. Who has the stronger argument? Hear from our experts.
Is your morning latte a waste of money? (Infographic)
Whether it's lottery tickets, bar tabs or lunch dates, we all have something we spend money on that we think we shouldn't. But according to personal finance expert Paula Pant, waste is in the eye of the beholder.
How to better budget for your future
From what to do with your savings to how to budget for buying a new home, financial expert Gail Cunningham offers advice on how to plan ahead.
Making the best choices for your budget
Spring is the perfect time to get realistic about budgeting. Personal finance journalist Carmen Wong Ulrich offers some advice about how to do it the smart way.
Comedian puts the funny in frugality
Comedian Juston McKinney grew up poor. Many of his jokes have to do with being a poor kid and how living middle class now hasn't solved all of his problems.