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  • Frugality among consumers is outliving recession

    Frugality among consumers is outliving recession
    Even as the economic recovery plods ahead, many American consumers are refusing to come along. They're not spending freely — and they have no plans to. Many of them have steady income. They aren't saddled by high debts. They don't fear losing...
  • How to use the stock market to get a cruise discount

    DES MOINES, Iowa -- A Web site that sells cruises is promoting a little-known way to get a discount on your next trip at sea: Using the stock market. If you own stock in a cruise company, you may qualify for an onboard credit. For example, says Bob...
  • Where are they now?

    Mark and Jessica Stone Then: Renters in February 2008, the Stones wanted to buy their first home and save for their retirement. That was a stretch on Mark's $68,000 public teacher's salary (now $69,000) with two children at home and another child on...
  • Mortgage industry changes throw new hurdles in borrowers' way

    Mortgage industry changes throw new hurdles in borrowers' way
    Mortgage rates and house prices are down -- which sounds great for buyers and refinancers. But mortgage industry underwriting and appraisal changes taking effect this month are putting new hurdles in the way of borrowers and loan officers. Take Fannie...
  • Depression survivors remember hope

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  • As unemployment grows, mortgage payment protection programs gain popularity

    Is there a rainy day in your personal job forecast? That wouldn't be surprising -- not with unemployment rates in double digits in several states including California, 8.2% nationwide and widely expected to hit 10% or higher by next year. Nor would it be...
  • Money Makeover: Pensions, savings put couple in good position for early retirement

    Money Makeover: Pensions, savings put couple in good position for early retirement
    Debbie and Kent Ketter have a lot to feel good about financially, but they're still worried. They have a six-figure income, government pensions for retirement and their children are mostly on their own, but, like a lot of couples, they are concerned...
  • Talking with: Financial planner Charlie Fitzgerald

    Talking with: Financial planner Charlie Fitzgerald
    Charlie Fitzgerald, 48, is a financial planner and principal in Maitland-based Moisand, Fitzgerald & Tamayo. He recently received a distinguished service award from the national Financial Planning Association for his work with the Florida chapter. He...
  • Actress/model Bridget Marquardt buys in Sherman Oaks

    Actress/model Bridget Marquardt buys in Sherman Oaks
    Actress and Playboy model Bridget Marquardt has become a first-time home buyer with the purchase of a contemporary Mediterranean in Sherman Oaks for $1,725,000. -------------------- Update: This version has been updated to include the names of the...
  • Insider's guide to Rosedale

    Originally known as a farming community, eastern Baltimore County's Rosedale is recognized today for its comfortable housing, strong sense of community and great accessibility. "At one time, everyone knew one another, and I think that base is still here,...
  • Trustee: Madoff hadn't bought securities for clients in years

    The trustee in charge of untangling the mess left behind by Bernard Madoff told a packed auditorium Friday that there was no indication the disgraced money manager had bought securities for his clients for more than a decade. "We have no evidence to...