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Money Matters

Protecting your social security number from hackers

by Paddy Hirsch Sep 18, 2013
Social security numbers are open to hacking if not properly protected.
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Stocks: A safe bet for investors?

by Paddy Hirsch Nov 1, 2012
Despite the impending fiscal cliff, slowing global economy, and a weak domestic jobs market, the stock market is still going strong -- outperforming U.S treasuries, corporate bonds, and commodities.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange October 31, 2012.
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A virtual bank for the kids' allowance

by Dan Bobkoff Oct 24, 2012
The average child’s allowance is $65 a month. That’s $780 a year. How do you keep track of all that money? A slew of online startups is trying to solve that problem -- creating virtual banks managed by parents and…
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Weighing the true cost of childcare

by Dan Gorenstein Oct 10, 2012
With childcare costs on the rise, it may be more affordable for some parents to stay home with the kids. But there are hidden costs.
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Longer loans boost car sales

by Jeff Tyler Sep 12, 2012
Cheap credit is boosting car sales. But more buyers are taking loans of up to seven years. Monthly payments are lower; the total cost is higher.
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Tips on homeowners insurance in severe weather country

by Paddy Hirsch Sep 5, 2012
If you live in a state that suffers from severe weather, finding good homeowners insurance is getting more difficult as weather patterns grow more extreme. So what do you do if the insurance company drops you?
Claudia and Richard Launey board up their home before Hurricane Isaac, which still bears a marking from Hurricane Katrina, on Aug. 28, 2012 in New Orleans, La.
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Consumer confidence vs. consumer sentiment

by Paddy Hirsch Aug 28, 2012
Sr. Producer Paddy Hirsch explains the difference between consumer confidence and consumer sentiment.
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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.
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Robo-signing moves to credit cards

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 13, 2012
First came mortgages. Now, courts are ruling against credit card issuers for sloppy paperwork or lack of proof when they sue alleged deadbeats.
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What the fiscal cliff could mean for individual taxpayers

by Paddy Hirsch Aug 9, 2012
We've talked about the possible effects of the fiscal cliff on the economy, but there will be immediate and duplicate consequences for individuals too.
We've talked about the possible effects of the fiscal cliff on the economy, but there will be immediate and duplicate consequences for individuals too.
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