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In 2021 or thereabouts, the president of the United States will board a spanking new Air Force One that will boast new standards of technological sophistication and comfort for the traveling commander ...
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A recession is unlikely, but a market correction is likely underway. Commodity prices will turn volatile. A bump for Trump?
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For more than 90 years, The Kiplinger Letter has been alerting its readers to important emerging technologies and how they will impact businesses, consumers and investors. (See our Greatest Tech Forecasts ...
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If you're thinking about moving overseas after the 2016 presidential election, know that the U.S. will continue to tax you.
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The Kiplinger Letter’s annual outlook reveals what to expect from the U.S. economy, the race for president, energy prices, the stock market and more.
As the year comes to a close, life isn’t all toil and strife. Let’s toast a few things going right.
Journalist and philanthropist Austin H. Kiplinger led the Kiplinger Washington Editors for decades.
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Does a falling currency signal that China’s economy is in trouble? Possibly. China’s long era of torrid GDP growth is clearly coming to an end. What isn’t known: Whether the slowdown will be gradual ...
Stay ahead in the new year with The Kiplinger Letter’s exclusive forecasts on critical political and economic issues.
An improving economy, lower gas prices, a lingering bull market, breathtaking medical and technological advances—they're all worth celebrating. Let’s take stock of a few.
Last year, Kiplinger forecasted that California's historic drought would intensify and that the effects would be far-reaching. Governor Jerry Brown's imposition of mandatory water restrictions in March ...
These 10 states are likely to see the fastest employment gains this year, all topping the 1.9% national average. But not all will see the most job growth. That honor almost always goes to the most populous ...
Here’s what businesses can expect to pay next year for health care, insurance, fuel, shipping, borrowing and more.
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Life may be unfair, even unkind at times. But some things are trending in consumers’ favor as 2014 gets underway. Here are eight products that will likely drop in price in 2014, thanks to the law of ...
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Happy New Year! Prosper in 2014 with the help of The Kiplinger Letter’s exclusive forecasts on key political and economic issues.
The government in Washington may not work anymore, college costs are rising, traffic keeps getting worse, a million bucks may not be enough to enjoy a comfortable retirement anymore — and, heck, then ...
What Kiplinger editors were planning to say about Kennedy…until word of his assassination came from Dallas.
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