My Point of View

Tap into the mind of Kiplinger editor-in-chief Knight Kiplinger.

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, February 2016

R.I.P.: A Good Journalist, Good Boss, Good Father

Journalist and philanthropist Austin H. Kiplinger led the Kiplinger Washington Editors for decades.

See More On: Small Business

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, December 2013

A College Degree Isn’t Enough

An increasing number of employers have grown skeptical of traditional credentials.

See More On: Careers

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, October 2013

Fewer Buyers for Cheaper Gas

Is it possible that even if gasoline prices decline, consumption won't go up? I think it's a good bet.

See More On: Economic Forecasts | Business Costs & Regulation

August 27, 2013

The March on Washington: A Personal Reflection

Editor-in-chief Knight Kiplinger looks back to a moment on the mall 50 years ago — and explores how far we've come in realizing the goals outlined that day.

See More On: Politics

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, April 2007

Hedge Funds: You Name It, They Trade It

The hedge fund manager's answers to my questions revealed what I don't like about that style of investing.

See More On: Wealth Management

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, August 2013

Chill Out in a Hot Home Market

The surge in home prices is bringing back the frantic "have to buy now" mentality.

See More On: Buying & Selling a Home | Family Finances | Mortgages & Refinancing

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, June 2013

A Bold 401(k) Overhaul

Every employer in America, regardless of size, would be required to offer an account to all employees.

See More On: 401(k)s | 401(k)s

From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, April 2013

Financial Security Is Still Achievable

Social critics argue that financial progress is impossible for most Americans in today's economy. Powerless victims? No way.

See More On: Financial Planning | Financial Planning | Making Your Money Last

From Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, February 2013

5 Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Knight Kiplinger offers his sage advice on money matters for the recently (or soon-to-be) married.

See More On: Making Your Money Last | Health Care & Insurance | Making Your Money Last

December 2012

What Our Readers Want

Our magazine readers are heavy users of electronic media, but they also love print on paper.

See More On: Economic Forecasts | Smart Buying

August 2012

D.C.'s Economy Is Out of Touch

Flattening federal spending will give the region a taste of what the country has been going through.

See More On: Economic Forecasts | Economic Forecasts | Politics

June 2012

Equality on the Job

The long ascent of women workers has been hard-fought, and vestiges of male privilege remain.

See More On: Careers | Careers | Employee Benefits

April 2012

Straight Talk on Taxes

Give everyone a lower tax rate on investment income than on earnings, but make it progressive.

See More On: Tax Breaks | Tax Breaks | Economic Forecasts

November 21, 2011

Why Knight Kiplinger Is Sticking With Stocks

Especially for investors under the age of 50, stocks must still be the foundation for every long-term investment strategy.

See More On: Stocks & Bonds | Stocks & Bonds

October 2011

The Future Is Yours

Whatever quality of life means to you, achieving it is in your hands.

See More On: Careers | Careers

August 2011

A Balanced Federal Budget? Not without Pain

Businesses and individuals who benefit from tax breaks must surrender some self-interest.

See More On: Economic Forecasts | Economic Forecasts | Tax Planning

June 2011

Who Benefits From Affordable Homes?

For many young adults, I believe this will turn out to have been a good time to buy a house or condo.

See More On: Buying & Selling a Home | Buying & Selling a Home | Smart Buying

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