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The bull market isn’t over. But expect a choppier ride.
Advice for the middle class, by Janet Bodnar
It's a good time to buy a getaway.
Falling prices aren’t really good news if they mean wages drop, too.
New policies enable employees to decide how much leave to take.
Some financial institutions are doling out prizes to get savers to deposit more money.
Smart watches and glasses keep you up-to-the-minute with your money.
Why you can't trust online reviews, by Knight Kiplinger
Why I (still) hate gold, by James K. Glassman
Charles Best's Web site helps teachers crowd-fund their pet projects.
These market laggards have the potential to pay off big if investors' pessimism proves to be overblown.
These seven firms match fund-based portfolios to your goals. The hitch: They don't have much of a track record.
I hit a 50-bagger. Now what?, by Andrew Feinberg
The bond rally isn’t over, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Junky bonds deliver rich yield in this actively managed ETF.
Ignore the traders, by Kathy Kristof
The fund is improving, but other choices look more appealing.
Dodge & Cox International Stock's long-held investments are paying off for this value-seeking fund.
How Baron Emerging Markets is winning.
If you’re feeling the financial squeeze, you’re not alone. See how one family is rising to the challenge.
Best credit cards for travel, by Kimberly Lankford
Brace yourself for shrinking networks and higher deductibles. We show you how to cope.
You should change your passwords for sites affected by the bug.
You can save money or earn a few extra bucks by sharing. All you need are a few apps.
A few smart moves could save you money on your 2014 return.
4 rules for buying a wedding gift.
Whether you're seeking a romantic interlude or an exotic adventure, you can save on your getaway.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint have finally been designed to use on Apple’s popular tablet. Is the suite worth the price?
Open online classes can broaden your knowledge, but don't pin your career hopes on them yet.
Reshop your car insurance.