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Trim expenses on the basics, such as your car, home and banking, and snag travel, tickets and dinner for two without the guilt.
10 secrets to saving, by Janet Bodnar
The little guys have been outrunning blue chips, and still have a lot going in their favor.
An interview with Simon Johnson, MIT professor and former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund.
Should employers check my credit before hiring?, by Knight Kiplinger
Employers want to hear wise speaking, not wisecracking.
Savers benefit from lower expenses and more choices.
Your job could translate into savings on clothes, computers and movies.
An IRA is a poor shelter for real estate.
Take off your blinders to beat the confirmation bias, by Robert Frick
Buy commodity stocks, by James Glassman
The best bond funds weather inflation by allowing their managers the flexibility to invest in all types of bonds and maturities.
A look at Buffett's heir, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Comfortable with emerging-markets stocks? If so, you may be ready to boldly go where few investors have gone before.
The problem with owning blue-chip stocks now, by Andrew Feinberg
You can invest in the social-networking giant (and other private companies) through two Web sites offering secondary-market services. But should you?
Bullish on dividends, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The rout in school stocks costs Baron Small Cap.
The small-company growth specialist exports its expertise.
Dump these disappointing funds? by Russel Kinnel
Find out as much as you can about your parents' finances now so that you're prepared to step in later if necessary.
Knowing which accounts to raid first can stretch your savings in retirement.
Take advantage of low tax rates while they last.
Chances are you'll be able to save money on premiums.
Kimberly Lankford tells what you can do to prevent ID theft.
The new law targets the wealthy and clarifies rules for smaller estates.
These deals for no-fee cards are the most attractive ones now being dangled before consumers.
We rank the best values in 10 categories. After a long period of rightsizing and rebuilding, the auto industry is back on track.
A slew of new devices is about to hit the market. Can they top Apple's benchmark?
What you need to know about pay-as-you-go plastic, by Joan Goldwasser
A former bank executive started Michelle's Angels to keep his wife's spirit alive. But now he's running into government red tape.