Posted at 4:00 PM on April 12, 2010
by Paul Tosto
Filed under: Saving & spending
Here's a way to have a little fun -- and maybe get an answer to that personal finance question you've been dying to ask.
Now they're extending that invitation to MinnEcon readers.
Interested? Here's what to do.
1.) Shoot a brief video of yourself -- alone or with friends and family -- asking a personal finance question. It can be about anything from student loans to mortgages, car leases to interest rates.
2.) Post the video on line. YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo would be great.
We'll take it from there.
Check out the NBR Widget we hope will feature MinnEcon questions and answers.
Of course, we can't promise they'll all get answered. But be creative and give it a try! You may get a response and make us all a little smarter about our money.
By the way, Chris Farrell of Minnesota Public Radio News and Marketplace is one of the folks answering questions. Here's his answer to the question: "Are Student Loans Smart?"
Need more info? Contact me directly.