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It's time to rethink your image of retirement. Whether you're years or decades away, you can make the new reality work for you.
Retirement ultimately may look different than it did for past generations, but, no, it's not RIP for retirement, by Janet Bodnar
Bipartisan ideas are credible, but are Americans ready for such strong medicine?
You may get to choose a panel without brokerage reps.
Is it price gouging or good business? by Knight Kiplinger
Protect yourself with this helpful resource.
Believe it or not, these cards help whittle your balance.
Time your purchases, and make the most of cyber coupons.
It's time to make the 401(k) mandatory, with every employer offering a plan and both employer and employee required to contribute, by Knight Kiplinger
The spectacular recovery of big-machinery maker Caterpillar offers four important lessons for investors, by James Glassman
During the depths of the market crash, women were less likely than men to cut and run from stocks, by Robert Frick
It's a small world after all, and world-beating firms know no borders. So we picked ten companies that dominate their fields globally -- five based in the U.S. and five overseas.
Fidelity and TD Ameritrade are number one in our latest rankings of 14 top discounters.
Once again public, the streamlined auto giant still faces roadblocks.
Battered California muni bonds offer intrepid investors enticing yields.
The scary scenarios that could change my bullish outlook, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Vanguard Convertible excels at picking these tricky hybrids.
Led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, these schools deliver a stellar education at an affordable price.
Keep an eye on these eight measures of your financial performance.
The USDA offers mortgages for homes in rural locations that are not as far out of town as you might think.
If you can spare the time, Quicken Premier offers a more complete picture of your finances than free online sites.
Kim Lankford tackles questions about boosting yield on savings, getting relief from Medicare Part D's doughnut-hole coverage gap and more.
Credit-leery Americans have embraced pay-as-you-go plastic, but some debit rewards programs are better than others.
Opportunity knocks for home buyers who aren't put off by legal squabbling and potential delays.
Waiting lists for the electric Volt and Leaf are long, and early sales are confined to a few areas, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about winter getaways, by Jennifer Schonberger
As a teenager, Steven Silverman lived the high life playing high-stakes Texas hold 'em. But getting a college degree outweighed the draw of winning millions.