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Abortion bans raise economic barriers for people who need the procedure

Jun 27, 2022
And some states' laws are making it harder for nonprofit funds to cover the costs.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade has led to more financial obstacles to those seeking out the procedure.
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How is Gen Z managing its money?

Jun 14, 2022
Some graduated into a pandemic and are experiencing high inflation and market volatility. That's changing their approach to their finances.
From left, Tobi Plumpter, Guy DeWeever II, Emanuel Perez and Leah Smith, on the laptop screen, are part of an investing group of young Black professionals.
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What's the bill for hosting an Olympics?

Jul 23, 2021
All the elements a host city needs can add up to tens of billions of dollars.
The IOC headquarters in Lausanne.
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How undiagnosed Alzheimer's can impact personal finances

Oct 25, 2019
Early-stage Alzheimer's linked to unwise financial decision-making and vulnerability to financial exploitation.
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Brains and Losses: Part VI

Scammers are not always a faceless voice on the phone.
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Brains and Losses: Part V

Suspicious or unusual bank activity can often signal a scam; but should a teller be able to monitor a long-time account holder’s ledger activity to flag a possible scam?
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Brains and Losses: Part IV

Financial scammers are part of coordinated efforts to target victims. The Federal Trade Commission took in more than a half a million complaints of imposter scams alone in 2018. But finding and convicting perpetrators is rare. Marketplace Morning Report’s David Brancaccio looks at what federal regulators are doing to target scammers.   Brains and Losses: […]
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Brains and Losses: Part III

What changes to the brain might make a person more vulnerable to financial scams?
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Brains and Losses: Part II

What happens when you're scammed out of almost $200,000?
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Brains and Losses: Part I

Experts say it’s time for a national conversation about protecting seniors from scams.
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