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You don't need an MBA to reach your financial goals. We show you how to make money the easy way.
Keep investing simple, smarty, by Janet Bodnar
Companies heavy on U.S. sales trump multinationals for now.
A new study finds that investors can't count on experience.
Should execs return bonuses they don't merit?, by Knight Kiplinger
File early to ensure that your refund comes to you.
More states, and Amazon, are collecting from online shoppers.
Pimco's Bill Gross is wrong about stocks, by James K. Glassman
If you share housing costs, can you split the tax breaks?
In an upset, E*Trade is top dog in this year's rankings.
Why I sell stocks slowly, by Kathy Kristof
This exchange-traded fund owns fast-growing small-company stocks with strong price momentum.
An ode to Ginnie Maes, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The battered tech stocks suffer from internal problems and long-term questions about the future of personal computing.
For Vanguard Selected Value, two heads function as one.
Prices of popular dividend-paying stocks are being pushed higher and higher. It's time to look for dividends in less obvious places.
Bullish on J.C. Penney, by Andrew Feinberg
The skipper of TCW Value Opportunities sticks to the playbook when buying stocks.
Here's how to evaluate offers for immediate annuities, long-term-care insurance and reverse mortgages.
Soon you'll know how big a bite expenses are taking from your retirement savings.
Size up your choices during open-enrollment season.
Are you bored by your job or stuck in the wrong field? A coach or counselor may be able to help.
As dealers make room for next year's cars and trucks, look for discounts on 2012 models.
Debt-relief offers come with strings attached.
Kimberly Lankford answers readers' questions about triggering the gift tax and more.
If you carry a balance, a no-fee card with a 0% introductory rate may be right for you. Otherwise, consider a rewards card.
Prices in many markets are going up, but getting a mortgage is no sure thing.
You can put an HDTV in your kitchen for $200 or less.
6 things to know about free shipping.
Composer Aaron Grad used a crowd-sourcing site to raise money for his latest project.