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Journalist and philanthropist Austin H. Kiplinger led the Kiplinger Washington Editors for decades.
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An increasing number of employers have grown skeptical of traditional credentials.
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Is it possible that even if gasoline prices decline, consumption won't go up? I think it's a good bet.
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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.
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The hedge fund manager's answers to my questions revealed what I don't like about that style of investing.
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The surge in home prices is bringing back the frantic "have to buy now" mentality.
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Every employer in America, regardless of size, would be required to offer an account to all employees.
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Social critics argue that financial progress is impossible for most Americans in today's economy. Powerless victims? No way.
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Knight Kiplinger offers his sage advice on money matters for the recently (or soon-to-be) married.
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Our magazine readers are heavy users of electronic media, but they also love print on paper.
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Flattening federal spending will give the region a taste of what the country has been going through.
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The long ascent of women workers has been hard-fought, and vestiges of male privilege remain.
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Give everyone a lower tax rate on investment income than on earnings, but make it progressive.
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Especially for investors under the age of 50, stocks must still be the foundation for every long-term investment strategy.
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Whatever quality of life means to you, achieving it is in your hands.
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Businesses and individuals who benefit from tax breaks must surrender some self-interest.
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For many young adults, I believe this will turn out to have been a good time to buy a house or condo.
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