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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ramit Sethi founder of personal finance blog, Iwillteachyoutoberich.com, gives tips on how to save money, even in this fragile economy -- no holiday gifts, anyone? Also, how non-profit organizations are coping; and how to buy health insurance as an individual.

Guests:

Ramit Sethi

Non-Profits Regroup

In the face of budget cuts and fewer donations, how are area non-profits coping? Ana Oliveira, president & chief executive officer of the The New York Women’s Foundation, and Gordon Campbell, president and chief executive officer of United Way of New York City, review ...

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Health Insurance For One

Elisabeth Benjamin, director of health care restructuring initiatives at Community Services Society, answers questions about buying single person and single family health insurance policies.

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Financial Guidance

The weekly December guest, Ramit Sethi, founder of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, a blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship, gives tips on how to approach your finances in this down economy.

Question of the Day What would you like to receive this year instead of a store-bought gift?

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Live Coverage

President-Elect Barack Obama nominates Thomas A. Daschle to be the next secretary of health and human services and takes questions from the press.

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Press Conference Analysis

Trudy Lieberman, contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review examines Tom Daschle's appointment as President-elect Obama's point person on health care. And Jonathon Weisman, political reporter for The Wall Street Journal, looks at the ongoing Blagojevich saga.

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