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Financial Literacy
Spotlights 2007
Archive of Spotlight interviews
As part of its Financial Literacy series, Bankrate features interviews with experts and celebrities about money.
Spotlight archives

Archive of Spotlight interviews

7/23/2007 - Ian Rankin
The crime novelist had a special purpose: to create a deep fund that would always provide for his special-needs child.

7/23/2007 - Celebrities & savings
Actors, writers, singers and other notables explain how they deal with money and share their lessons.

6/18/2007 - Craig Watts
This FICO expert offers tips for improving credit scores and clears up some common misconceptions.

6/18/2007 - Evan Hendricks
The author of "Credit Scores & Credit Reports" sounds off about the current credit reporting system.

6/18/2007 - Bobby Braddock
If this songwriter had taken advice from his hit song "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" sooner, he might have saved his credit.

5/21/2007 - Home equity loan saved the day
Barbara Corcoran tapped her home's equity to save her company. Today, her firm racks up $5 billion in annual sales.

5/21/2007 - Dangers of home equity loans
Changing behavior is safer and cheaper in the long run than consolidating, says radio host Dave Ramsey.

5/21/2007 - Your home is an excellent investment
Borrowing on your home's equity is good, in moderation, says professor Richard DeMong.

4/23/2007 - Protecting seniors from scams
Christopher Cox, the chairman of the SEC, has a personal interest in protecting seniors from financial scammers.

4/23/2007 - IRA strategies to boost savings & reduce taxes
A respected author and expert on IRAs, Ed Slott shares tips with Bankrate readers regarding IRA investing.

4/23/2007 - Forget about retiring, live rich and die broke
Stephen Pollan, the "Die Broke" author, looks at money as a tool. The minute you die, it becomes useless. Die broke.

4/23/2007 - Do you want to be a millionaire?
Jennifer Openshaw, the author of "The Millionaire Zone," says building wealth requires more than contributing to a 401(k).

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