A flexible spending account escapes federal income taxes as well as payroll taxes.
Debt may be a part of your budget for decades to come. Establish a plan for managing it wisely.
Coaxial-deprived fans can catch hit shows, from Downton Abbey to The Walking Dead, for less or even for free.
From death crosses to Dow theory, technical analysts see red flags for Wall Street.
Financial firms are launching products aimed at helping retirees transition from earning a paycheck to drawing on their savings.
A look back at past bear markets offers clues to what might happen when stocks crash 20% or more again.
Our in-depth look into how the IRS chooses its targets—and goes about its probes.
Neighborhood villages allow members to stay at home and have access to everything from pet walking and grocery runs to a list of vetted workers.
Web sites should be obligated to comply with requests to remove information under certain circumstances.
Paying for college doesn't mean you have to take out thousands in student loans.
Buying from Hertz, Avis and Budget is so low-hassle and transparent that you may not mind getting a car that dozens have already had their mitts on.
My picks avoid funds with big stakes in Treasuries, which are most at risk if investors need to raise cash quickly.
Bigger fights over the federal budget are in store amid divided Republicans in Congress.
Slightly higher loan payments and short-term market volatility are in the cards.
My two longtime favorites are Chipotle and Starbucks, which have franchises built for Americans' changing eating habits.
Our picks for the Kiplinger ETF 20 match their indexes as closely and as cheaply as possible.
Don't let a stock's stumbles blind you to its long-term potential.
An increasing number of employers have grown skeptical of traditional credentials.
Our bias in favor of U.S. stocks robs us of opportunities to invest in promising companies that happen to be based elsewhere.
Despite the recent friction, I believe the eurozone is stronger after putting down the Greek rebellion.
I've been asking myself whether American Capital's drop represents a buying opportunity or a warning that something is amiss.
Diversify your holdings, don’t buy all at once, and be patient.