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All Contents © 2016The Kiplinger Washington Editors
Take charge of your savings to build a comfortable retirement.
A new look for Kiplinger's Personal Finance, by Janet Bodnar
The big draws for making things in the U.S.: rising wages abroad, cheap energy here.
Employee benefits expert Jack VenDerhei tells Kiplinger how one-time year-end employer contributions may affect savers' returns.
Those in a disaster area can choose when to deduct losses.
Get help navigating airports and booking discounted rental cars.
You may not pay more, and it could help you land a job.
When is a gift to the teacher over the top?, by Knight Kiplinger
A host of smaller bureaus are collecting consumer data.
The art of selling stocks, by James K. Glassman
How an adviser can help you plan.
The lure of Ponzi schemes, by Anne Kates Smith
Use a flexible spending account to cover family medical expenses.
We identify 27 superb funds from four of our favorite no-load companies.
Invest in these six little-know companies before everyone else discovers them.
Preferred REITs pay off, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
3 mistakes I'm making with my portfolio, by Kathy Kristof
How to avoid the next HP, by Andrew Feinberg
iShares Russell 1000 Value Index Fund focuses on large-company bargains.
Global real estate funds still have room to run.
Matthews Asia Dividend Fund bucks the crowd.
Fidelity Select Consumer Finance makes a comeback.
They’re seeking a monogamous relationship. But you might be better off playing the field.
Don’t get hit by these unexpected rate boosters.
A traditional degree isn't your only ticket to a good job with a solid salary.
How to find home insurance after you've been dropped, by Kimberly Lankford
We'll help you decode the new 1099-B form from your broker.
Card issuers are offering deals when you shop at select retailers or buy certain items.
Intense competition means you're in the driver's seat when it's time to negotiate.
Double the fun with new apps and add-ons that let your tablet or smart phone play well with its big HDTV brother.
6 things you must know about setting up a home office.
Richard Rynearson goes from being a desk jockey to Ranger Rick.