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Finances too complicated? We've solved the puzzle with easy moves that will save you time and money.
ETFs -- an easy way to invest, by Janet Bodnar
With home sales on the rise again this year and next, buyers and sellers may need to adjust their strategies.
A phone call could help track down payments that have gone astray.
Considering a vacation on the water? River cruises provide a calmer, more intimate experience than mega-liners.
By avoiding these common mistakes, you'll make the most of your savings.
Other retailers are offering fast, free shipping, so Amazon is upping the ante.
Should tear-down plans be disclosed by home buyers?, by Knight Kiplinger
The case for owning fewer stocks in your portfolio, by James K. Glassman
A retired entrepreneur starts a new business making baseball bats.
Retirees, should you rent or buy your home?, by Jane Bennett Clark
Our picks cover all of the basic asset groups. We also include funds that add spice to your portfolio.
We rank the actively managed Vanguard funds most likely to show up in your 401(k) plan.
Mutual funds loaded with health care stocks rise to the top of our annual rankings.
How to design the right portfolio for you, by Kathy Kristof
Returns over the next decade or two will be less generous than the historical average. Plus: our long-term outlooks for bonds and cash.
Know when to sell a stock, by Andrew Feinberg
A pair of T.Rowe Price small-cap funds go their own way.
Bond funds that make sense, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Data breaches are now as inevitable as death and taxes, and they can wreak havoc on your finances.
Move cash from an IRA to a health savings account to pay medical bills, by Kimberly Lankford
Modern-day tipping dilemmas.
Savvy ways to save on your next restaurant meal.
Low interest rates mean low yields.
Simplify your hectic life by contracting out your to-do list, from clothing shopping to yard work to jingle writing.
How one investor's socially responsible portfolio has fared.