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As the bull climbs on and optimism rises, this market is getting closer to its peak.
How does a personal-finance magazine appeal to a new generation in need of a solid education in the fundamentals?, by Mark Solheim
States are searching for ways to close yawning deficits. But there’s good news: State estate taxes are on their death bed.
Raife Giovinazzo, a partner and portfolio manager at a firm that invests based on behavioral finance principles, tells investors not to overreact to new information or let your biases impair your decisions.
Modest cost-of-living increases will benefit seniors and savers in 2018.
If your goals for the new year include getting into better shape, you’ll find plenty of free and low-cost ways to shed a few pounds without thinning out your wallet.
Service members who joined armed forces in recent years must decide whether to stay in the military’s old retirement system or join the new one. Here’s how to choose the system that’s best for you.
Are incentives to lure new businesses fair to current employers?, by Knight Kiplinger
Losses in states hard hit by natural disasters are pushing up premiums.
My top 10 stock picks for 2018, by James K. Glassman
Nine policemen buy a doughnut shop and help revive their hometown's main street.
How to tame your student loans, by Lisa Gerstner
Fighting fraud is a huge job. Here's what it's like on the front lines.
Happy birthday, 401(k)! A few lines in the tax code 40 years ago dramatically changed the way Americans save for retirement.
A CCRC will handle all your needs for the rest of your life -- at a hefty price.
A tax-smart way to get income, by Kimberly Lankford
You can take advantage of new no-fee card offerings from Delta and United to buy plane tickets with miles or credits.
Prepare for a mild pullback in bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The New Year is the perfect time to make sure your investments are on the right track.
In a field facing challenges, these five stand out.
How I can afford semi-retirement, by Kathy Kristof
Managers at Matthews China wait for reasonable prices before they buy.
Pimco Income's managers have tremendous latitude to invest wherever the yield is.
We picked five adventures that are just as good as their pricey, crowded, touristy counterparts.
Forget sign-ons that look like hieroglyphics. You can beat hackers with simple words and phrases.