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A reset on student debt, by Janet Bodnar
Education gurus push novel solutions to the debt problem.
Millennials prefer to pay by the month and stay in touch via text message.
Airbnb guests will now have to pay more.
Retailers dangle discounts, but you’ll pay more to carry a balance.
Be sure to safeguard your data if you use your cell phone or computer for the boss.
When is an independent contractor really an employee?, by Knight Kiplinger
A former software engineer harnesses the sun to charge devices on the go.
Small stocks, big potential, by James K. Glassman
These little-known firms have raised dividends annually for at least the past 20 years.
Promising bargains in biotech stocks, by Andrew Feinberg
How overpaid CEOs hurt investors, by Kathy Kristof
A technology ETF with balanced holdings.
News from the Continent is dreary. But some multinationals look compelling.
They still pay more than most debt, but bargains are scarce.
Brighter outlook for Artisan Value.
A short-term bond fund that stands out.
You don’t need to jeopardize your student’s future, or your own, by taking on too much debt.
Free meal with a spiel, by Jane Bennett Clark
When to get it, how much you need and ways to cut the cost.
You can probably polish your profile yourself.
Turn your house into a rental property.
If you set up the account wrong, Uncle Sam will be the big winner.
Make sure your policy provides enough coverage to protect your home and belongings.
How much life insurance to buy, by Kimberly Lankford
Use these strategies to avoid dipping below your checking account balance.
As carriers battle for your business, we help you cut through the hype to find the right plan for you and your family.
Smarter apps let you turn your appliances on and off no matter where you are. Some can even learn your habits.
Expect deals on new 2015 car models, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you must know about preserving your photos.
Check up on your mutual funds.