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Industry leaders offer up the best money-saving advice they'd share with their own families.
The inside scoop on money, by Janet Bodnar
Top-rated workers with skills that are in demand will fare best.
Americans are being misled by expiration dates on package labels.
Tips for filling out the FAFSA form.
They’re inconvenient and tough to resell.
Get a 0% rate for a year or more, but compare offers carefully.
Honoring deceased parents' wishes, by Knight Kiplinger
Build your own hedge fund, by James K. Glassman
How to prevent a big tax bill.
It’s getting easier for the little guy to get into all sorts of exotic investments. That’s not necessarily a good thing.
Stocks selling in or near single digits are risky but can be lucrative.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we name five companies that will warm your heart and enrich your portfolio.
Is the market rational?, by Jeremy J. Siegel
A fund for tech stocks that pay juicy dividends.
5 types of income investments that should shine in 2014, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
I do not like investing spam, by Kathy Kristof
These junk funds won't make you rich, but they'll hold their own when bond yields go up.
The Eventide Gilead Fund beats the market via faith-based rules.
Foreign fund Harbor International missed out on the big rebound in Japanese stocks.
Close the Bank of Mom & Dad, by Jane Bennett Clark
In this exclusive interview, Erskine Bowles explains how small changes now can avert another financial crisis, but time is getting short.
Cut your risk, cut your insurance rates, by Kimberly Lankford
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill retains the top spot in our rankings.
A new program lets lenders provide customers with their scores at no cost.
Our guide will put you on a ship that matches your interests, whether you're seeking adventure or you just want to chill.
Can today’s best smart phones compete with traditional point-and-shoot cameras?
6 things you must know about home heating.
How to cash in unused, unwanted gift cards.