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The bull market is likely to celebrate its eighth birthday under the Trump presidency, but gains will again be middling.
Is a bear on the prowl?, by Janet Bodnar
Hiking sales levies is a top way states aim to close budget gaps.
Interest rates could rise, but down payments are manageable.
Eggs, meat, coffee and cheese are cheaper thanks to bumper crops and low fuel prices.
Instead of giving kids toys and video games, open a 529 college savings plan or student loan savings account for them and contribute to it.
Missed the deadline? The IRS may cut you some slack.
Should casinos court senior citizens?, by Knight Kiplinger
We tell you how to make your visit less expensive and more magical.
Women who are blazing a trail in finance, by Janet Bodnar
10 stock picks for 2017, by James K. Glassman
Komal Ahmad's app connects food purveyors with groups that make good use of excess food.
You may have options that are nearly as attractive -- but you'll play by a different set of rules.
These apps track your regular monthly charges, and a couple will even cancel those you don't want.
Avoid Social Security screwups, by Jane Bennett Clark
Choose a website or mobile app that suits your personality, and you're likely to stick with your plan.
A virtual personal assistant is like a genie you can summon 24/7.
How to get a great deal on a lease, by David Muhlbaum
What you should know about brokerage account fraud protection, by Kimberly Lankford
Mobile check deposit is catching on. In the past year, one in three Americans submitted a check to their bank account using a smartphone or other device.
You'll still make money in bonds in 2017, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
We lean toward large companies, but our top picks also include two small caps.
Our favorite websites, blogs and newsletters for recommendations about stocks, bonds, funds and more.
A new dividend fund joins the Kiplinger 25.
My portfolio's uninvited guests, by Kathy Kristof
Expense ratios for some funds are rapidly approaching zero.
Peer-to-peer lending can deliver generous returns, but youíll be taking on a lot of risk.
An investment poised to benefit from infrastructure spending.
Get a 6.5% yield with a stew of junk bonds.
You could save money on cosmetic surgery, dental procedures and other treatments by traveling to another country.
You'll get more face time with your doctor if you're willing to pay a monthly or annual fee.
Discover how to plan your workout program and choose the right machines for you.
We caught up with a crowdfunding success story to see how his business has grown.