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Don't part with preferred stocks, by Jeffrey Kosnett
Why our 2015 list of best college values is more useful than ever, by Janet Bodnar
They’re a dime a dozen, but some are more of a threat.
Voter backlash over a rash of tax hikes prompts lawmakers to act.
The Kiss frontman riffs on investing, saving and building a brand.
Furniture maker Herman Miller, a promising stock for 2015, is taking advantage of a growing economy.
There aren’t many left. But with interest rates headed up, it pays to look.
Shouldn't music streaming sites pay higher royalties?, by Knight Kiplinger
A former teacher builds her summer camp into a nationwide franchise.
Time to buy Chinese stocks, by James K. Glassman
How money is used as a weapon in relationships, by Anne Kates Smith
These classic stock funds regularly beat their benchmarks.
Follow our guide, and your nest egg will last a lifetime.
Dow 20,000? Why not?, by Jeremy J. Siegel
These blue chips are strong enough to keep boosting payouts as far as the eye can see.
An ETF that hedges against currency swings.
What to expect from the new manager at T. Rowe Price Small-Cap Value.
5 lessons from my winning investments, by Kathy Kristof
Buffalo Dividend Fund charges to the top.
Our new combined rankings show how public and private colleges stack up against each other.
Sometimes you can get better service if you don’t use your health insurance -- and you can save money, too.
Plan for a long life, by Jane Bennett Clark
Reshop your car insurance, by Kimberly Lankford
These cards provide coverage for purchases if they need to be repaired or replaced.
You'll be shocked at what a grand can do. We offer 55 smart ideas.
When leasing makes sense, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you must know about Valentine's Day gifts.
Assess the value of refinancing your home.