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Our picks range from safe bank accounts that pay 4.6% to risky closed-end funds and partnerships that deliver peak yields.
Savers feel the pain of low interest rates, by Janet Bodnar
You can prequalify instantly these days, but sealing the deal isn't automatic.
A new tool helps you cut through the gobbledygook and protect your data.
Online lotteries and apps can help you get deals on last-minute tickets.
Three alternatives to getting around town without using the popular transportation app.
Too-good-to-be-true apartments offered on Craigslist may not actually exist.
Is it fair for a website to lock me out if I use an ad blocker?, by Knight Kiplinger
Small-cap stock funds that could pay off big, by James K. Glassman
Tanka power bars give a boost to Native American business.
A biotech giant goes on sale, by Kathy Kristof
We offer a mix of high-yielders and companies with strong dividend-growth prospects.
A positive outlook for U.S. interest rates, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Most of our mutual fund picks fare very well under the rating systems of Lipper, Morningstar and others.
Why I stand by muni bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
When stocks falter, this mutual fund shines.
Use our six strategies to weave a financial safety net that lasts a lifetime.
Bargain properties are harder to come by, but mortgages are still cheap, and rents are rising steadily.
Get the best exchange rate when traveling overseas, by Kimberly Lankford
A comprehensive travel insurance policy covers all sorts of problems that might derail your trip. But mind the gaps.
Steer clear of these four tourist etiquette traps.
Insider tips to save on hotels.
Their cards often come with better cash-reward options for club members, as well as deals at the pump and more.
Use our tips and strategies to save thousands of dollars on everything from stocks and funds to phone plans and kitchen remodels.
Make your car smarter, by David Muhlbaum
7 things you must know about warranties on appliances.
A teacher shifts his portfolio toward dividend stocks as retirement approaches.