In the summer of 2007, the subprime empire that Wall Street had built all came crashing down. On average, 50 lenders a month were going bust - and the people responsible for the crisis included not just unregulated loan brokers and con artists, but also investment bankers and home loan institutions traditionally perceived as completely trustworthy.
Many people are both alarmed and confused by what they've heard about the "$700 billion bailout. They're worried about their savings, their jobs and their homes. This audio provides an understandable analysis on how the bailout bill impacts you, and offers "to do" or "not to do" steps for you to follow.