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All Contents © 2016The Kiplinger Washington Editors
You may be better prepared than you think. We help you find out where you stand.
Smile! You can retire, by Janet Bodnar
Job openings are growing, but wages need to play catch-up.
The big winner on the TV quiz show plans to play it safe with her winnings.
If the older spouse dies, the younger spouse can stay in the home -- at a cost.
Spot errors and bogus charges on your statements.
Hyundai is the first on the market, with Toyota and Honda expected to follow suit shortly.
Should U.S. firms move overseas to pay lower taxes?, by Knight Kiplinger
7 stocks to buy and hold for the next 15 years, by James K. Glassman
Senior money moments, by Anne Kates Smith
A former corporate trainer helps struggling women become self-sufficient.
Five great fund managers each choose five stocks with room to run in an aging bull market.
Faith-based investing doesn’t mean you have to forgo profits.
Profits are soaring as carriers raise fares and fees, but heed the industry's history of enormous losses.
Why I invested in Nu Skin, by Kathy Kristof
Stay away from these high-risk investments. They could eat you alive.
3 reasons investors should ignore the doomsayers, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A flawed view of capitalism, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Mairs & Power Growth Fund stays on target.
Janus Contrarian goes against the crowd.
Open season for Medicare, by Kimberly Lankford
State 529 plans usually trump other options. The right one for you depends on what kind of investor you are.
When a deferred-income annuity makes sense.
These accounts let you eke out extra interest on your cash.
Some debit-card users soon will benefit from zero liability for fraudulent purchases.
Use these strategies to lower prices you never dreamed were negotiable.
Cash out your lease on your car, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you must know about pet insurance.
How to estimate your home’s value.