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Two-Income Families at Risk of Financial Crisis

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Two-Income Families at Risk of Financial Crisis

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Two-Income Families at Risk of Financial Crisis

Two-Income Families at Risk of Financial Crisis

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This year, more people are expected to file for bankruptcy than suffer a heart attack, graduate from college or file for divorce. A new book suggests those at greatest financial risk are families with children. NPR's Michele Norris speaks with Elizabeth Warren, co-author of The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Mothers and Fathers Are Going Broke.

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