Did you make money on fantasy-sports sites? That's taxable, and prize money of more than $600 will be reported to Uncle Sam.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance editor Janet Bodnar shares our best investing advice in a letter to her son -- and any twentysomething looking to get into the market.
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Even the Oracle of Omaha has his share of misses.
Bond trading is thin, and that's a big problem if a market event spooks fund investors.
Earn first-rate returns using this simple index-fund strategy.
Turn lemon investments into lemonade write-offs, and other ways to lower your 2015 tax bill.
Whether you want to work for yourself or for someone else, take these steps to make it happen.
Using taxpayer funds to help young Americans get post-secondary training of some sort would be money well spent. The challenge is figuring out how to do it most sensibly.
Kids shouldn't be paid for doing routine tasks, but for doing extra jobs that parents define as above and beyond.
Repairs to ensure that VWs with "defeat device" software meet emission standards could be a year or two away.
Inflation, the great enemy of bondholders, is almost nonexistent, and demand remains strong for Treasuries and other high-quality, income-paying assets.
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.
We studied the strategies of Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett and others to tailor portfolios that will let you emulate their gains.
Our picks for the Kiplinger ETF 20 match their indexes as closely and as cheaply as possible.
Now I plan to invest a chunk of the family portfolio in index funds—oh, the horror!
An increasing number of employers have grown skeptical of traditional credentials.
The radical premise of a new book suggests that free markets, even when they function perfectly, don’t operate to the benefit of all.
Among the consequences of China's slowdown: lower commodity prices, which actually benefit the U.S.
Coming interest-rate hikes are creating a frenzy. Maybe investors should just chill.
It’s probably best to have a diversified approach to your tax planning for retirement in the same manner you would have a diversified approach to your investments.