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You'll be surprised at the power of what you can do with a grand.
R.I.P.: A good journalist, good boss, good father, by Knight Kiplinger
The value test: 300 colleges that pass, by Janet Bodnar
Banks are raising concerns about the security of your data.
You’ll get feedback more often, plus more chances to toot your own horn.
Legislatures are raising the amount that is exempt from estate taxes.
Investing in a time of terror, by James K. Glassman
What your credit score says about your relationship, by Anne Kates Smith
A former food scientist turns to crafting artisinal confections with exotic flavors.
These companies can prosper even when crude prices are low.
Bernanke's ultimate legacy, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Fidelity International Growth Fund joins the Kiplinger 25.
Some liken it to crystal-ball gazing, but defenders insist technical analysis can help investors spot important market trends.
Emerging-markets bonds are a good bet.
2016 outlook for municipal bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
An ETF that's an ideal bond substitute.
How losing stocks are like ex-spouses, by Kathy Kristof
A mutual fund that bets on a revived Europe.
We name the 300 best values among public and private schools, based on quality and affordability.
What you must know about paying off your mortgage.
Most contain a grain of truth. But, trust us, it takes an hour, not 15 minutes, to find the lowest rates.
Samsung, Google and a few big banks are vying with Apple to put a mobile wallet in your pocket.
Protection for fixed annuities, by Kimberly Lankford
Tips for how to protect your chip credit card in-store and online.
You have many new options for keeping in touch without spending a bundle.
6 things you must know about credit monitoring.
A stint with the Peace Corps put this couple’s retirement on hold.