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If you want to invest in the future, you're going to need a strong stomach for risk.
The financial challenges of new relationships later in life, by Janet Bodnar
The president's proposals could mean higher taxes and complex rules.
After 40 years of studying the stock market, economist Burton Malkiel still finds that a low-cost indexing strategy beats active management.
Micro units are short on space but long on urban atmosphere.
These little-known travel amenities will ease your burden, defray your cost, or add productivity or pleasure to your day.
AT&T and T-Mobile customers get refunds for unauthorized charges.
Scale back these discounts for seniors, by Knight Kiplinger
The television show Shark Tank provided an infusion of cash to expand this couple’s family business.
Why I'm still bullish on bonds, by James K. Glassman
4 ways to beat your investing biases, by Anne Kates Smith
Our picks will remain profitable even if oil prices stay low.
Why European stocks are worth a second look, by Jeremy J. Siegel
A new foreign fund joins our list of our favorite no-load mutual funds.
These exchange-traded funds are too risky, often too complicated and, in most instances, just plain dumb.
How to make your losing investments pay off, by Kathy Kristof
4 smart places to park your cash now, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A bond fund for the socially conscious.
When you start a relationship later in life, does it make sense to marry or move in together? Answer: It's complicated.
Our top picks for checking and savings have low (or no) fees and attractive yields.
Retire on the road, by Jane Bennett Clark
Can’t get through to the IRS? Forget the feds. We have answers that could save you a bundle.
It might make sense to delay signing up. We guide you through the Medicare maze.
How to track down unclaimed assets, by Kimberly Lankford
Keeping tabs on your credit is getting easier.
Winnowing your possessions can simplify your life and put some money in your pocket.
7 things you must know about funding IRAs.
How to pick a health care proxy.