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Financial Planning
September 2016

Maximize Your Money With Kiplinger and NAPFA

Join our day-long live chat for free expert answers to your personal-finance questions.

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

Don't Keep These Things In Your Wallet

That overstuffed wallet of yours can’t be comfortable to sit on. It’s probably even too clunky to lug around in a purse, too. And with every new bank slip that bulges from the seams, your personal ...

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

Smart Financial Moves You Can Make in Under an Hour

Hey, can you spare a few minutes? We know you’re busy, but chances are you can set aside 15 or 30 minutes, or even an hour, to tackle some of these quickie tasks. Our collection of financial fixes—designed ...

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Stocks & Bonds
August 2016

How to Read a Bond Listing

Here's everything you've ever wanted to know about deciphering bond listings.

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

Smart Financial Moves You Can Make in 30 Minutes or Less

Hey, can you spare a few minutes? We know you’re busy, but chances are you can set aside 30 minutes to tackle some of these quickie tasks. Our collection of financial fixes—designed to save you money, ...

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SLIDE SHOW
August 2016

Financial Moves You Can Make in 15 Minutes or Less

Hey, can you spare a few minutes? We know you’re busy, but chances are you can set aside 15 minutes to tackle some of these quickie tasks. Our collection of financial fixes—designed to save you money, ...

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Making Your Money Last
July 2016

11 Portfolio Solutions for Retired Investors

Financial advisers tackle real-life retirees’ questions about managing various types of retirement accounts and the assets within them.

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SLIDE SHOW
July 2016

Financial Advice From the Founding Fathers

Benjamin Franklin famously coined the phrase, "A penny saved is a penny earned." That's a good start. To prosper even more, consider what other founders of the United States of America had to say on the ...

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

30 Ways to Earn Extra Cash

Coming up with extra cash to pay the bills, cover unexpected expenses, boost savings or perhaps even finance a vacation isn’t as hard as it seems. Plenty of legitimate moneymaking opportunities are out ...

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Best Cities, States & Places
August 2016

12 Great Places to Retire for Good Health

These cities, including some choice neighborhoods, give you opportunities to get fit, eat well, enrich your brain and sometimes simply kick back.

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QUIZ
September 2016

How Well Do You Know Social Security?

Social Security is coming under increased scrutiny because of its projected long-term financial problems. In fall 2015, a new law made changes curtailing some claiming strategies. But bigger fixes cou...

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

Fabulous Freebies -- Valuable Things You Can Get for Free

There’s only one thing better than getting a good price on something, and that’s getting it for free. Our list of freebies is packed with 64 something-for-nothing deals. We don’t allow any useless ...

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Smart Buying
May 2016

Great Deals on Practically Everything, 2016

Use our tips and strategies to save thousands of dollars on everything from stocks and funds to phone plans and kitchen remodels. Plus: Freebies you won't want to pass up.

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SLIDE SHOW
April 2016

10 Ways to Waste Your Tax Refund

If you’re like the majority of taxpayers, you’ll likely get a refund this spring, and chances are it will be a nice chunk of change. The average refund these days is about $3,000. Think of all the ...

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Investor Psychology
March 2016

How Kiplinger Readers Invest Their Money

See how your investing habits compare to those of Kiplinger's Personal Finance readers.

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Saving for Retirement
March 2016

3 Questions That Reveal Whether You’re Saving Enough for Retirement

Is $1 million enough? $2 million? Your retirement number depends on your salary and cost of living.

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Financial Planning
May 2016

Four Financial Pros Advise What to Do With Your Powerball Winnings

An estimated 70% of lottery winners go broke. Don’t be one of them. An independent financial adviser can help keep you on track with any financial windfall.

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