Money 101 With Bob McCormick

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Fire Damages Building At LA Mormon Temple

Arson investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that badly damaged a building under construction at the nation’s second-largest Mormon temple.

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Money 101: Refinancing Your Home

Looking to refinance your home loan? Make sure you’ve taken these steps before you submit your application.


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Money 101: Renters Vs. Landlords

Need help resolving a dispute? Renters and landlords get their questions answered.


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Money 101: College Admissions Q&A

College admissions expert Danny Ruderman answers your questions on how to get into school.


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Money 101: Laser Eye Surgery

Dr. Paul Dougherty of the Dougherty Laser Vision talks about common eye issues.



Money 101: Red-Light Camera Tickets

Got a traffic ticket? Stuck with a red light camera citation? Sherman Ellison is here to help.


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Money 101: Trash Or Treasure?

The “Garage Sale Millionaire” Aaron LaPedis helps to determine if you can turn your junk into cash.


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Money 101: Estate Planning

In need of estate planning? Colleen Barney, Managing Partner at Albrecht & Barney in Irvine, has some good advice.



Money 101: Marvin Hamlisch

Marvin Hamlisch gives us a preview of his first performance as guest conductor of the Pasadena POPS Summer Concert Series.


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Money 101: Summer 2011 Blockbusters

What are some of the biggest summer blockbusters? Our resident Film Freak, Leo Quinones, previews what’s coming to the multiplex.


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Money 101: Bankruptcy Q&A

Bankruptcy attorney J. Scott Bovitz answers some of your burning questions about one of the most stressful financial decisions one can make.


Money 101: Anti-‘Cramming’ Technology

Mike Blecher and Kathleen Dunleavy of Sprint give us a peek into new phone technology that prevents unwanted text messages from being delivered to your phone.


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Money 101: Still Made In America?

Bob Lutz, the former VP of General Motors, gives his take on the current state of the U.S. automotive industry.


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Money 101: Medical ID Theft

How can you better protect yourself from medical ID theft? Privacy consultant Mari Frank has some answers.


Money 101: Reclaiming Your Identity Online

What can you do when your online identity has been compromised? Lauren Weinstein of People For Internet Responsibility has some tips.


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