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Our annual roundup of top picks is a timely guide for every facet of your financial life: the most-promising investments, rewards cards with the biggest benefits, highest-yielding bank accounts, best bets in travel, phone plans for every profile, great ways to save on health care and more.
Our personal-finance writers and editors reveal their favorite products and services to save and manage their money, by Janet Bodnar
While you shop, you may also be able to get in a game of mini-golf or visit your doctor.
Gordon Gronkowski raised five boys who became professional athletes. He explains how they had to earn their own money to buy their sports equipment.
It's not just for new moms and dads anymore.
You won! Now pay the IRS.
You’ve just discovered a credit card you never applied for. Now what?
Should bank customers be allowed to file class-action lawsuits?, by Knight Kiplinger
5 tech stocks poised for growth, by James K. Glassman
What this mother-daughter fund-manager team can teach us about investing, by Janet Bodnar
This company offers trendy alternatives to ties, shirts and run-of-the-mill gift cards for the man in your life.
Our picks are not the usual suspects. Yet we think all of these stocks can quadruple in a decade.
Investors, don’t fear higher interest rates, by Jeremy J. Siegel
These high-paying hybrid securities belong in most income portfolios. Here’s what you need to know.
A portfolio without FANGs was doomed to have trouble last year, by Kathy Kristof
Damaged by a huge bet gone awry, a fund once endorsed by Warren Buffett seeks to regain its glory.
Get a boost from a floating-rate fund, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Vanguard Information Technology gives you access to the heavy hitters of the technology sector.
From pain to gain for Fidelity New Millennium.
This mother-and-daughter fund-manager team scores with micro caps.
Take these steps by New Year’s Eve to keep more money in your pocket and put less in Uncle Sam’s next year.
Learning thermostats adapt to your preferences to keep you comfy — and trim your utility bills.
How to handle 3 holiday-party etiquette challenges.
It’s what you do that counts, by Anne Kates Smith
Yes, you can use an IRA to buy real estate, but we have a better way.
A flexible way to give to charity, by Kimberly Lankford
You may get the most value by transferring points or miles.
Cultivating healthy habits can get you everything from discounts on insurance to freebies to a big chunk of cash.
Most insurance policies will cover the fee for a second opinion as they would a regular office visit, but check with your insurer.
Take them to a collection site or even your local pharmacy.
As adults, we often lose our sense of blissful play. But it can be found again.
This couple's patience helped them survive the housing bubble.