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All Contents © 2016The Kiplinger Washington Editors
32 ways you may be inadvertently throwing cash away.
How we choose our annual list of favorite no-load mutual funds, by Janet Bodnar
Winding down Fannie and Freddie will raise the cost of borrowing.
Higher oil prices and Japanese woes could deal a body blow to the economy and the markets.
Is it ethical for employers to cut operating costs by hiring independent contractors rather than employees?, by Knight Kiplinger
When cashiers ask for personal information, it's okay to decline.
Learn why some measures of price changes ignore food and fuel.
Recruiters are back, but students still need to do their homework.
Vocal and aggressive investors play a critical role in holding management teams accountable, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
How to find attractive value stocks, by James Glassman
Why we fall for scams, by Robert Frick