1100 13th Street, NW, Suite 750Washington, DC 20005202.887.6400Customer Service: 800.544.0155
All Contents © 2020The Kiplinger Washington Editors
You'll be surprised how much you can pocket in so little time.
Proactive strategies for coping with financial chaos, by Janet Bodnar
A long-term, fixed rate loan at today’s rates gives you flexibility.
Dodge & Cox sticks with its strategy.
When your favorite charity sells out, by Knight Kiplinger
New badges, inspired by the state of the economy, promote financial literacy.
Your credit score can’t harm a job offer, but your credit history can, so be upfront about any problems.
Alternative investments for a smoother ride, by James K. Glassman
When tightwads and spendthrifts mix, by Robert Frick
Investing in companies that regularly raise their payouts means fatter returns ahead.
Rising prices aren't on the horizon, but these hedges will protect you against inflation in the long run.
The Former White House budget chief thinks Congress squandered its opportunity to rein in the national debt but may still come to its senses.
Finally, a variable annuity worth considering, by Steven Goldberg
Six factors to consider when picking stocks, by Kathy Kristof
The czar of star ratings unveils a new system that it hopes will better identify future winners.
An unusual mortgage fund gets off to a fast start.
Even at half-price, Green Mountain's stock will give you the jitters.
With a P/E ratio approaching triple digits, it's like déjà vu all over again for the giant Internet retailer.
This ETF holds only 30 real estate investment trusts.
The great yield mirage, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Find great deals in munis with this little-known fund that looks for bargains among the highest-quality tax-free bonds.
Markets seem to be in lock step, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Take advantage of new consumer tools to find affordable policies.
The 100 schools on our list deliver a quality education at an affordable price.
Go online to budget, learn the basics, save money and ditch the paper.
If your loans are holding you back—or you simply want to chip away at what you owe—try these strategies.
Kim Lankford suggests good mutual funds for children.
Keep tabs on your balance, or you could be forced to pay hefty fees.
To keep your costs from soaring, start planning your summer vacation now.
Experts say weak demand will drive some monster TVs below $1,000.
Dealing with car dealers, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about political donations.
Ken Proskie was laid off at age 52. Instead of looking for another corporate job, he struck out on his own.