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In a world of muted economic growth, investors can expect modest gains and more volatility. But the bull market lives on.
What's in store for investors and savers in 2016, by Janet Bodnar
It's time for savers and borrowers to rethink their strategies.
Buyers can expect discounts, low-rate financing and help with the driving.
No-frills carriers give U.S. travelers more options for overseas getaways.
The advertisements make fantasy games sound easy. But chances are you won't be the next "regular guy" holding a giant check on TV between quarters.
As deductibles rise, insurers are offering policies to cover out-of-pocket costs.
Are drug prices unethically high?, by Knight Kiplinger
My 10 top stock picks for 2016, by James K. Glassman
How much you'll pay for health care in retirement, by Jane Bennett Clark
The founders of Tailgate Guys provide the game-day sites, tents, tables, coolers and even the BBQ.
The best bonds for 2016, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Their zealous devotion to the principles espoused by John Bogle means a nearly exclusive reliance on index funds and close ties with Vanguard.
The key to investing success: knowing when to sell your stocks, by Kathy Kristof
This small-company stock fund finds gems in surprising places.
A mutual fund that cleans up with 22 blue-chip stocks.
How you decide to take this endangered asset may be crucial to a secure retirement.
When you spend time, money and emotional capital providing care, you don't have to go it alone.
Dead-of-night congressional negotiations axed two benefit-boosting tactics. But millions can still cash in.
How to get in on a Volkswagen class-action lawsuit, by Kimberly Lankford
Withdrawing your own cash is more expensive than ever. Find out which banks are charging no additional fees.
Prices in most cities are rising moderately, but tight supply is holding back buyers and sellers.
How to buy tires, by David Muhlbaum
These services and apps shut down nuisance calls and texts to your home and mobile phones.
Six things you must know about your used tech.
A young mother saves her way to financial freedom.