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CBS This Morning: Care for the Elderly

Caregiving for elderly Americans can be a huge expense in time and money for their loved ones. A new report shows 20 percent of all caregivers say they spend more than 40 hours a week providing that help. For many, that's about the equivalent of a full time job and close to eight in 10 pay for the costs out of their own pockets. I joined CBS This Morning to discuss why the burden of taking care of elderly loved ones tends to fall disproportionately on one family member and particularly women.

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CBS This Morning: Economy Fact Check

The CBS News battleground tracker poll finds an overwhelming majority of Americans are optimistic about the economy, with 76 percent of voters rating it as "very" or "somewhat" good. I joined CBS This Morning to discuss why some economists say U.S. growth could "cool" next year.

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CBS Sunday Morning: Are We due Another Banking Crisis?

In 2008, the banking system was near total collapse, the stock market was in free fall, and government officials (it seemed to many) were as clueless as the rest of us. I joined CBS Sunday Morning for a look back at the housing and banking crisis that almost dragged the world down into another Great Depression, talking with historian Adam Tooze and Wall Street Journal reporter Gretchen Morgenson about how many of the new rules put into place to protect the system from suffering another meltdown are being diluted.

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CBS This Morning: FICO Credit Score

There will soon be a new way to calculate your credit score. The company behind FICO, the country's most widely used credit score, is launching the Ultra FICO Score early next year. It looks at cash accounts and banking behavior to determine if you are able to pay back a loan or credit card balance. I joined CBS This Morning to discuss what it could mean for your money.

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CBS This Morning: What Action to Take Amid the Sell-Off

Stock market investors have been enjoying the longest bull market in Wall Street history, but the bulls stumbled badly earlier in the week, before making a slight comeback Friday. All three of the major indexes posted losses of up to four percent for the week, the worst five-day run in six months. I joined CBS This Morning: Saturday to discuss what investors should do next.

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