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You may be hit by these taxes even if you don't feel rich. Here's how to ease the bite.
A few high-quality purchases are a better investment.
Food prices are headed higher. Fill up your freezer now.
Who should get priority for transplants?, by Knight Kiplinger
The rate-rigging scandal could be a plus for borrowers.
Recent winning returns alone shouldn't earn a fund a spot in your portfolio, by James K. Glassman
When to replace your financial adviser.
A rash of local bankruptcies is raising questions about the safety of tax-free bonds.
A fiscal cliffhanger for investors, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Forget Wall Street’s calls. We tell you which newsletters and Web sites are the most helpful.
5 moneyball lessons for investors, by Kathy Kristof
These funds own household names that should continue to perform well and pay dividends in any economy.
AT&T and Verizon still rule, by Jeffrey Kosnett
Too busy to run your own personal finances? They may be too busy running the country. Here's what you can learn from their disclosures.
Get used to market volatility, by Steven Goldberg
The machinery giant is churning out record profits despite a weak economy. Its stock is a buy.
T. Rowe Price Small-Cap Value Fund makes money from cheap stocks.
Take a pass on these sizzling Treasury funds.
Don’t borrow to the hilt or sidetrack your retirement for the sake of a college degree.
Reap lifetime financial rewards by pinpointing the best time to start your benefits.
No matter what your personal finance style, one of these online money-management tools will help you stay in control.
We help you pick a plan that matches your usage patterns.
Kimberly Lankford tells how to buy flood insurance to cover the risk of floods and mudslides after a wildfire.
These banks offer free checking, charge fewer fees and tend to pay higher rates.
When it comes to errors on your credit report, a new federal agency has your back.
Sometimes we love our pets so much, it hurts.
The latest portable PCs are sleek and powerful—and easier to lug around.
5 new electric vehicles worth a look, by Jessica Anderson
6 things to know about LED bulbs.
By using bikes for day-to-day transportation, Stacy Bisker and her family are cutting costs and putting money into savings.