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Was there a time you wanted to financially help someone and couldn't?

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Dec 4, 2015
Maybe you didn't have the money, or you couldn't afford to lose the money.

What does economic security mean in 2014?

by David Brancaccio Sep 9, 2014
A new book looks at the different ways Americans define their economic standards.

Public school families hit with fees as kids go back to school

by Paddy Hirsch Aug 7, 2013
Public school is supposed to be free, but around the country families are being asked to foot the bill for laptops and tablets for their students.
School teacher Liza Gleason shops for back to school supplies at a Target store in Daly City, California.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
By The Numbers

McDonald's tries to help employees budget

by Katie Long Jul 16, 2013
McDonald's teamed up with Visa to create an online budget guide assisting employees with money management.
Money Matters

The costs of raising a child

by Adriene Hill Aug 22, 2012
Breaking down the numbers of raising a family. The Department of Agriculture estimates middle-income families will spend about a quarter of a million dollars raising one child.

Prom spending keeps rising

by Bridget Bodnar Jun 8, 2012
Would you spend $1,000 to go to prom? Many do. The recession, if anything, is a bigger motivator to go big for a high school dance party.
Students dancing at prom.
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The Comeback Chronicles

Shooting for the stars, learning to manage debt

by Tess Vigeland Mar 21, 2012
A Seattle family learns the hard way how to manage its finances.
Karawynn Long and Jak Koke had a moment of clarity, when a mountain of credit card debt nearly tipped them over the edge. The Seattle couple is flanked here by daughters Claire and Michaela.
Matthew Ryan Williams for The New York Times

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Pain at the pump

by John Dimsdale Feb 24, 2012
Washington bureau chief John Dimsdale discusses how rising gas prices are hurting consumers, enough to get the president's attention.