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Whether you get insurance through your employer or buy it on your own, these tips will help you save thousands.
A health care revolution, by Janet Bodnar
The urge to merge is back in a big way.
You may be signing away your flexibility to work in the same field.
Students defer attendance to take time out for public service.
They follow your digital trail around a store, but you can hide your movements.
New insurance will reimburse you for annoying inconveniences.
Consumer tricks to get something for nothing from retailers, by Knight Kiplinger
Investors, are you ready for the next global crisis?, by James K. Glassman
A former TV news reporter trades daily deadlines for a doctor's scrubs.
Our favorites will benefit from the continued growth of this already massive sector.
These funds make it easier than ever to smooth out your returns with investments that swim against the tide.
Our insider interview with Dan Wiener, editor of the Independent Adviser for Vanguard Investors newsletter.
Stock funds shine again in our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds.
Time-tested advice for patient investors, by Andrew Feinberg
I'll beat the market yet, by Kathy Kristof
Juice up your cash returns, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Should you pay off the mortgage before you retire?
Continuing care retirement communities offer a resort-like setting and care when you need it.
Get the kids started in stocks, by Kimberly Lankford
They can be useful for reining in spending, but choose wisely.
These face-lifts, each costing less than $1,600, will enhance your home’s appearance and boost its value.
5 things you must know about moving.
Score great concert tickets.