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In the wake of the latest wave of bank failures, the FDIC matters more than ever.
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Just as the slowing economy has made access to cash a higher priority for a lot of small businesses, banks have been offering “small business” credit cards, the New York Times reports.
Some 21 percent of those with salaries of $100,000 or more say they are living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent survey conducted by CareerBuilder.com. So, if you're counting the days to your next payday, here are some tips to break out of the paycheck-to-paycheck syndrome.
Carmen answers more Dollar Dilemmas after the show.
ETFs give you the diversity of a mutual fund and the action of a stock. No wonder they've become so popular.
Even if you're not a millionaire, you can stand to give up nearly half your assets to the government when you die. Here's what you can do about it.
Use our new interactive tool to calculate where you should be putting your money each month.
Cash is an increasingly attractive asset, says the New York Times. How much money should you pull out of the market? Once you have decided, here are some means of reaching your cash management goals.
Carmen answers more of your Dollar Dilemmas after the show.
Carmen answers more housing-related Dollar Dilemmas.
Don't miss a special show tonight for everything you need to know about the Fannie/Freddie fallout.
If you've got a small business and you're looking to expand, here's what Carmen suggests.
We all know that when you die, your debt dies with you. But what about your mortgage?
Even if you can, does that mean you should? Not necessarily.
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