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A conflicted bull market may be experiencing a late-life crisis, but it’s not headed for a total breakdown yet.
The downside of easy money, by Janet Bodnar
As more Americans find jobs, they’re willing to spend, priming the economy. Lower fuel and food prices are helping, too.
Hiring is up, wages not so much. Career strategist Cynthia Shapiro explains how to argue for a bigger paycheck.
Builders are enticing buyers by offering lots of extras.
They can be a good buy—if you use the stuff that’s inside.
We tell you how to avoid or reduce a premium surcharge.
Should parents' donations to public schools be limited?, by Knight Kiplinger
My 10 top stock picks for 2015, by James K. Glassman
A lawyer leaves the courtroom to start an online clothing business.
Income investors, don't fret about higher interest rates, by Jeffrey Kosnett
How to make money on corporate spin-offs -- and the companies doing the spinning.
The men who run the Primecap funds are so under the radar we couldn’t even find their pictures. And that’s just the way they want it.
Tripped up by my biases, by Kathy Kristof
My six stock picks for 2015, by Andrew Feinberg
The 20 top-performing ETFs -- and why you shouldn't buy them.
Why 2014 was a tough year for active fund managers.
2020 target-date funds hang tough.
Follow our road map to the best methods for claiming your benefits and boosting your retirement paycheck.
Stephen Goss, chief actuary of the Social Security Administration, says voters will demand that Congress maintain -- and shore up -- Social Security.
Any eventual deal will be a blend of higher taxes and benefit cuts.
Using your smartphone to store your credit card and bank information is convenient and secure, but don’t leave your wallet at home just yet.
Tax breaks on home sales, by Kimberly Lankford
Smart ways for high earners to contribute to Roth IRAs.
It can help ease the pain of a high deductible on your health coverage.
Look for cards that are paired with a PIN for an extra layer of security.
Prices in most cities are heading higher, but the eye-popping gains have mostly disappeared.
Best ways to sell your car, by Jessica Anderson
Cracked screen? We found the most reliable ways to get your phone fixed.
6 things you must know about gift returns.
Get rid of your old electronics.