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February 11th, 2010
02:28 PM ET


Your Money Matters, and this weekend Personal Finance Editor Gerri Willis will be taking your questions!

– The commercials say mobile phone prices are going down; but you may soon see your bill going up!
What can you do to save money?

– That used car you just bought is one of the recalled Toyota's!
How can you tell if the recall fix works?

– It's Tax Time; and with the new year comes new changes.
Who can you trust to get your taxes done right?

– It doesn't just happen to other people, identity fraud is on the rise!
What are some things you can do to protect your privacy?

Just Ask? Gerri Willis and Fredricka Whitfield discuss your money matters Saturday at 2p in the Newsroom. Send us your questions, and Gerri might answer them on the air!

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February 11th, 2010
09:24 AM ET

Share Your Toyota Story

[cnn-photo-caption image= caption=""] Toyota has come under fire in the last month, issuing recalls for gas pedal and brake repairs. From the Camry and Corolla, to the iconic Prius and other models, more than 8 million vehicles have been recalled. Many dealers are working around the clock to repair recalled cars.

Our question: What has your Toyota experience been like? If you've taken your car in for repairs let us know how it went.

We'll share some of your comments in the CNN Newsroom, 11am ET – 1pm ET.

Be sure to join us today when the service manager from a Toyota dealership will answer your questions about the recalls.

You can leave your questions for the service manager here as well.

Filed under: CNN Newsroom • Tony Harris
February 11th, 2010
08:56 AM ET

Guards Watch as Seattle Teen is Beaten

A 15-year-old girl says she was beaten and robbed by another teen in a Seattle bus tunnel while three unarmed security guards watched. The whole incident was caught on tape. The teen told investigators she thought she would be protected since the security guards were there. She says they just watched saying they had standing orders to “avoid confrontations or fights.”

Take a look at the video and tell us what you think.

Would you have tried to stop the fight if it meant losing your job?