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Despite a long list of uncertainties, stocks will once again beat bonds and cash.
Homebuyers in search of clarity, by Janet Bodnar
A recovery takes shape in Europe, and growth picks up in China.
Nonprofits would get more done with a for-profit toolbox.
Should you play politics with your purchases?, by Knight Kiplinger
It doesn’t pay to go out on a limb with long-term loans and CDs.
A group of Texas-based universities are offering new $10,000 degree programs.
A government crackdown will put money back in some consumers' pockets.
Ten stock picks for 2013, by James K. Glassman
Get the most from Social Security.
My best income ideas for 2013, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Our eclectic list includes a major bank, a high-tech giant, a luxury retailer and even a nut processor.
Four top-notch managers who have historically required big bucks to open accounts now offer mutual funds with modest minimums.
Shares of mining companies look more attractive than the metal itself.
Quirky Mairs & Power Growth replaces a fund that is closing to new investors.
The recent dip in shares of the iPhone maker reflects more serious concerns about the company.
Why I sell stocks slowly, by Kathy Kristof
Seven stock picks for 2013, by Andrew Feinberg
Pimco Income generates a spiffy yield by investing in all sorts of bonds.
At last, most indicators point to a genuine recovery in the housing market.
A whole-life policy may be more valuable while you’re alive.
A good budget helps you reach your goals and frees up money for an occasional splurge.
These days, it helps to look for a little extra yield.
Plan B for your retirement, by Jane Bennett Clark
Kimberly Lankford tackles readers' questions about rolling over to a Roth IRA, disaster insurance claims, and more.
The more accounts you have at a bank, the better interest rates you may get.
How to succeed in business without showing up at the office.
6 things to know about winter vacation deals.
A formidable slate of new tablets is challenging the iPad's heavyweight crown.
Four midsize sedans that have picked up their game, by Jessica Anderson
Home is where your houseboat is.