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Invest in stocks, your career and even your love life. Our ideas are designed to pay dividends.
What to do with an extra $1,000, by Janet Bodnar
Organize your records, and file when the IRS gives the all-clear.
Some students may get loan relief thanks to a new repayment program that can help ease the pressure on future grads.
Used wheels will cost more. Flood damage is an even bigger worry.
Last-minute bookings and loyalty programs can help you save.
Should judges be elected or appointed?, by Knight Kiplinger
Salary hikes this year should outpace consumer prices.
5 tips for newlyweds, by Knight Kiplinger
How to get a 4% yield these days, by James K. Glassman
Indexes, and the funds that track them, used to be simple. Now, picking a fund is like visiting Baskin-Robbins.
Patience pays off, by Kathy Kristof
We name 11 companies that tick off customers but are worth adding to your portfolio.
Carl Icahn doesn't get enough respect, which may explain why shares of his company are such a bargain.
Companies of all stripes woo investors by becoming real estate investment trusts.
What to do about tax reform, by Jeremy J. Siegel
The new operating system holds promise for the tablet market.
Grand opportunities for small-cap stock investors, by Steven Goldberg
Dividend-seekers, don’t fear rising taxes, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Dodge & Cox Balanced reaches the top of the charts with an unusually heavy allotment to stocks.
From big flagship universities to small liberal arts colleges, our top 100 schools deliver academic quality and affordability.
You can cut your payment, but it won't be easy.
Take steps before your retirement party to get all the perks coming to you.
Kimberly Lankford answers readers’ questions about tapping a 401(k), using an agent to buy health insurance and more.
Consider these four things before signing up for a new card.
Shaky economies have led to steep price drops on vacation homes. Note to potential buyers: It's complicated.
7 things you should know about surviving winter storms.
An Arizona businessman starts over in a North Dakota boomtown.