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All Contents © 2016The Kiplinger Washington Editors
Learn how to build a million-dollar business and reach other money milestones
Financial literacy isn't just for kids, by Janet Bodnar
More people favor cash and pay-as-you-go debit cards.
First, learn the basics. Then set a good example for your children.
Are unpaid interns exploited by employers?, by Knight Kiplinger
Investors, take note: Women held up better than men through the recession and are better-positioned to help drive the economic rebound.
Phone subsidies are disappearing, but you can still find a bargain.
Go on weekdays, pack a lunch (but, alas, no beer) and you'll save big.
Dow 36,000 revisited, by Knight Kiplinger
Why Microsoft is a smarter investment than Apple these days, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Buy munis, but carefully, by James Glassman
Limit the fluctuating market’s affect on your investing habits, by Robert Frick
Our reader has the enviable problem of saving so much he doesn't know what to do with it all. We help him prioritize.
We found a dozen great stocks with a payment schedule that will line your pockets with cash all year.
Yields are superb, but these investments are riskier and more complex than you may think.
These hybrids deliver solid income and let you benefit from gains in the issuer’s stock.
Get tasty yields from a smorgasbord of investments, from tankers to trusts.
Put more cash in your pocket with these dividend-focused ETFs.
Even without Steve Jobs, the earnings outlook is terrific for at least two more years.
With large budget deficits, our country's top-notch bond rating risks being downgraded, by Jeremy J. Siegel
These companies look ripe for a fall.
The fund is hot, but its focus on gold and Treasury bonds could turn it into a laggard.
Now is a good time to sell long-term bond funds and look for alternative sources of income, by Jeffrey Kosnett
Will Danoff, the manager of Fidelity Contrafund, favors the technology sector and companies that capitalize on emerging markets.
Like investment advisers, they’ll have to put the best interest of clients first.
This so-called large-company value fund scores with a concentrated global strategy.
One-stop global funds, by Russel Kinnel
Pay the lowest price without sacrificing quality care.
We help you uncover all the breaks you might not find on your own.
A well-researched appeal can slash your property tax bill.
Get a first-rate education for less than the price of many U.S. private schools.
Ship your bags and buy tickets through the box office.
Say goodbye to the simplicity of the old frequent-flier program.
Kimberly Lankford explains why you should take a pass on Treasury inflation-protected securities.
There's a catch to CDs that let you take advantage of rising rates.
Our spring fixes for $1,000 or less will declutter your home and add style and value.
Take a look at four pairs of 2011 models that are substantially alike -- except one is the gold standard, the other a value choice, by Jessica Anderson
New apps stream movies and music, and let you shop eBay from your couch.
What you need to know about online shopping traps, by Cameron Huddleston
Yifan Zhang of Boston and a fellow Harvard grad launched Gym-Pact, which uses "motivational fees" to prod club members to work out more often.