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Five years into a powerful bull market, there seems to be little on the horizon to cheer up the bears.
Taking care of Mom, by Janet Bodnar
How to survive the hit to your wallet from gridlock in Washington.
David Herro, co-manager of Oakmark's International and International Small Cap mutual funds, points to enticing and unappealing foreign investments.
What to do when your points lose value.
Borrowers face higher costs and lower loan amounts. And soon borrowers will have to pass a financial assessment, too.
Ten small regional schools are lowering their sticker prices, as well as their financial aid awards. Net result: a wash.
Are speed cameras a trap?, by Knight Kiplinger
My 10 stock picks for 2014, by James K. Glassman
Where to find decent returns on your money once a high-interest CD matures.
How to stick to your New Year's resolutions, by Anne Kates Smith
Best deals in bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Instead of focusing on size, these funds weight stocks by key measures such as profits or sales. We pick four standouts.
My 7 stock picks for the year ahead, by Andrew Feinberg
Why sticking with Dodge & Cox pays off.
Why I’m investing in a Panamanian airline, by Kathy Kristof
Floating-rate bond funds protect against rising interest rates. But they own low-quality debt, so choose wisely.
Vanguard Total Stock Market owns almost every publicly traded U.S. company worth at least $10 million.
A foreign fund gets a fast start.
Just because a stock trades for $1,000 doesn't mean it's pricey.
From Medicare to long-term care, what you need to know to be your parents' best advocate.
How the government shutdown might affect the filing of your 2013 tax return, by Kimberly Lankford
These sites can help you make smarter decisions about budgeting, investing and taxes.
These four peer-to-peer payment services will help you send cash in a pinch.
After a surge in home values in most cities over the past year, prices will increase more slowly in 2014.
We drive the Model S to see if this pricey EV lives up to the hype.
Throw out the sticky notes. These programs are a better way to go.
6 things you need to know about going paperless.
Break out of credit card debt.