Partnerships are the wave of the future in news media. A new one emerged in the past couple of days, involving the Los Angeles-based public radio show Marketplace Money. The show and host Tess Vigeland worked closely with the New York Times on a package of stories and advice columns about managing your money as you get older: saving for college and retirement, stuff like that. The package ran in the NYT on Thursday and aired nationally this weekend on the radio. "Something I hope we'll do more of," says NYT associate managing editor Jim Schachter. Links: NYT, Marketplace Money.
Notable infographic: An interactive checklist to help you navigate the decades financially.
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