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As the economy picks up steam, investors worry that turmoil overseas could wash away gains. We tell you which sector will make you money no matter what.
What rate of return should investors expect these days?
Challenges seek to erase the law's mandate to buy coverage.
Kiplinger's newest contributor sees the recovery picking up steam.
Kiplinger's editor in chief tackles queries about executive compensation and union involvement.
Tap your Coverdell account now for pre-college expenses.
A formula will decide which transactions stick.
The latest merger plus crowded planes mean more hassles.
This Bud's for you, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
The prospect of tax-free income in retirement may be too good to pass up, regardless of your age.
Micro stocks' big payoff, by James K. Glassman
Too close to home, by Robert Frick
The deck is stacked against income investors as the recovery moves into its next phase.
With stocks up sharply from their bear-market bottoms, investors have regained their confidence. But a lot could still go wrong.
It’s time to focus on high-quality companies.
When four of these key benchmarks move into the green zone, you'll know that the economy is healthy again.
No matter your politics or your beliefs, you can find a socially screened fund that will match your morals -- and make you money.
These companies will benefit as governments worldwide spend trillions to improve infrastructure.
Read and grow rich, by Andrew Feinberg
We called it right on the dollar. Alas, an ill-timed recommendation of BP.
Utilities trump REITs, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Royce translates its stock-picking skills to bargain-priced foreign companies.
Funds for all seasons, by Russel Kinnel
Warm weather and a low cost of living lure retirees from the U.S.
Medicare will not travel with you overseas, so before retiring abroad get your health insurance in order.
Despite the housing downturn, the cost to rebuild your home has not dropped. Make sure you are covered in case disaster strikes.
What to do if a volcanic eruption, or any other unanticipated calamity, threatens to ground your travel plans.
Kimberly Lankford describes the ploys identity thieves use to get access to your credit cards.
There is a new sheriff in town.
They’re prosperous, innovative, and they’ll generate plenty of jobs, too.
Before you buy a new printer, figure the cost per page.
The price of saving fuel, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about reverse mortgages.
Olympic steeplechase hopeful Mason Cathey, of Indianapolis, Indiana, is in training for the 2012 London Games while keeping her finances on track.