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Put more cash in your pocket and protection in your portfolio with these solid funds that pay good dividends and high interest.
We pick the brains of the mutual fund managers and financial advisers who handle your money to see what makes them tick.
Game-changing rules for home loans, debit cards and more.
Find the best health coverage for you via the new Healthcare.gov site.
Should I blow the whistle on a co-worker?, by Knight Kiplinger
Uncle Sam will reimburse some medical claims.
Do job prospects for grads justify high debt loads?
The law provides closer scrutiny of financial firms but can't outlaw panics.
Why we like BP’s stock and two other comeback picks, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Despite the risks lurking in this part of the world, Latin America offers excellent prospects for investors, by James Glassman.
How biases affect your portfolio, by Robert Frick
Sometimes whittling down credit-card balances trumps saving for retirement.
Get to know your bond funds by learning about these important data points.
Three top fund managers see falling prices followed by inflation. Here's how they plan to profit from this grim scenario.
The world's largest money manager runs more than 100 funds, 200 ETFs and the wealth of nations. What's next?
BlackRock's heady growth has fueled the stock's terrific performance.
You might consider these pricey funds if you invest through an adviser who waives the extra fees.
The one-year returns are solid, but few investors seem to be cheering. We tell you which leaders -- in 11 fund categories -- are most likely to continue to excel.
Meditate on your portfolio to see the big picture and the small details, by Andrew Feinberg
Market upheavals can quickly swing industries from growth to value and back again -- and knock your portfolio off balance, by Russel Kinnel
A weak economy triggers bargains and perks in all-inclusive continuing-care communities.
We found the best deals in four categories: travel, cash back, retail/gas and hybrid. Pick the one that fits your spending style.
Reflecting the new reality, we tweak some tried-and-true maxims of managing your finances.
Would you believe pay toilets and "vertical seats"?
Even if your child is already in school, you can reap big state-tax benefits by feeding a 529 plan.
A new program offers coverage to people with preexisting conditions.
Big promises but skimpy returns plague equity-indexed annuities.
Kimberly Lankford explains why most people should own a personal-liability umbrella policy.
Card issuers have responded to new rules by imposing new, consumer-unfriendly policies.
Which fuel-efficient vehicle is right for you? That depends on how and where you drive.
These palmtops are bigger, brighter and faster, but each has a hitch or two.
Find the perfect person for the job, then put the details in writing to be sure you're on the same page.
A baseball fan buys a league of his own.