A higher deductible can reduce your rates by as much as 39%.
These tips from financial professionals can help you enter the real world on the right foot.
By showing your ID or providing a university e-mail address, you can find discounts on everything from laptops to museum tickets.
Though risks are high, expect modest gains for the remainder of the year.
There are plenty of good reasons for owning passively managed funds. But that doesn’t mean index funds are flawless -- or harmless.
The Republican presidential candidate’s campaign filings show he loves junk bonds, shuns overseas investments and sure likes to dabble.
If you're thinking about moving overseas after the 2016 presidential election, know that the U.S. will continue to tax you.
Most people approaching retirement have a number of resources to tap if they need money.
Saying goodbye to tipping would address fairness and income reporting concerns.
The average amount that the Tooth Fairy gives kids is down 10% from last year.
A lot of today's automotive gee-whiz can be adapted to yesterday's wheels.
Negative interest rates in Europe and Japan make U.S. bond yields look sky-high by comparison, boosting demand for Treasuries.
Trump will get a bounce after the Republican convention, but Clinton is poised to regain ground.
In an ever-more-competitive job market, technology increases the need for skilled workers.
You don't need to invest in foreign stocks to get exposure to the rest of the world.
Nobody has a bigger stake in your money than you do.
Journalist and philanthropist Austin H. Kiplinger led the Kiplinger Washington Editors for decades.
Parents often believe the most recent request for money will be the last, the one that finally launches Junior on the path to success.
An inflation rate of 2% to 3% is good for stocks because it gives companies the power to raise prices, which helps boost profits.
This small homebuilder's first-quarter results were impressive, with big gains in number of dwellings sold and other key measures.
Consider taking some last-minute action to save your beneficiaries from having to deal with extra costs.