The new debt ceiling compromise comes with $2.1 trillion in cuts over the next decade. Beth Kobliner talks about what segments of the economy we can expect to expand in the new climate and what will suffer.
Takeaway contributor, Beth Kobliner is concerned about subprime car loans. The loans allow buyers with low credit scores to find a way to pay for their cars, even if this means that they are taking on loans with high interest rates.
Today, we're talking again with Beth Kobliner about the ABCs of college loans, financial aid, and debt. Beth is back today to answer all the listener questions that have come in since her appearance on Tuesday.
In this economy, many graduating students will be moving back in with their parents. How much financial help should you give your children? Here to advise us is Beth Kobliner, personal finance expert and author.
The economic downturn is making life harder than usual for teenagers. Joining us to explain what it means to have so many jobless teens is Beth Kobliner. She is a personal finance expert and author of The New York Times best-seller Get a Financial Life.
A bill to reform the practices of credit card companies is likely to end up on President Obama's desk before Memorial Day. To help us understand how this bill will affect consumers, we turn to finance writer Beth Kobliner.
For a look at a new income-based repayment plan that will help graduates with student debt, The Takeaway is joined by finance expert Beth Kobliner. Also joining us are Austin Light and Colleen Hansford, two people with substantial student loan debt.
The average amount spent on weddings is beginning to go down. How are brides-to-be pinching pennies on their way down the aisle? Joining The Takeaway with some advice is personal finance expert Beth Kobliner.
To cut costs, more employers are implementing furloughs, mandatory leaves from work. The Takeaway is joined by personal finance expert Beth Kobliner, recently furloughed web designer Jason Ramirez, and furloughed flight attendant Tim Kirkwood.
All age groups are feeling the pain of the recession, but for 44-55 year olds, it's even harder. Beth Kobliner, The Takeaway's work-life contributor talks to us, along with Susan Price, who is 49, unemployed and looking for work.
Takeaway contributor Beth Kobliner joins us with two entrepreneurs who are doing well in the recession: Marva Allen, co-owner of Hue-Man Bookstore in New York, and Jo-Ellen Stammen, who runs her own design business.