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Finding yourself with an extra stash of cash—whether it's a bonus, a gift, an inheritance or simply savings that have languished in a low-interest account—is a nice problem to have. Consider our ideas for how to put that money to work.
Take a tour of the 300 best values in U.S. colleges, by Janet Bodnar
Faster growth and lower taxes compete with inflation and higher rates.
That spells opportunity for buyers of modern and contemporary art.
If you still have money in your account, consider some eligible expenses you might not have thought of.
Consider new stripped-down and souped-up options in a tiered approach to economy class.
You’ll feel the pain if you fail to pay off your store card before the 0% period ends.
How can we discourage bogus news stories?, by Knight Kiplinger
A surprise boost for emerging markets, by James K. Glassman
Investors, how much risk can you stand?, by Anne Kates Smith
They use pecans, honey, sweet potatoes and other Mississippi ingredients in their beer.
How one family navigated the rocky U.S. economy.
We rank the top public and private schools, based on quality and affordability.
You can learn how to really maximize credit card rewards from users who have mastered the rules.
How to estimate your Social Security benefit, by Kimberly Lankford
Start with the merchant in question, but don't be afraid to escalate a dispute to your credit card issuer.
Our picks should flourish in an up market and hold their own in a rocky one. Many of the names will surprise you.
How Federal Reserve rate hikes and rising bond yields affect the economy and your investment strategy.
A preview of the Fed under Trump, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Dodge & Cox Stock comes roaring back.
This stumbling biotech stock still has a lot of promise, by Kathy Kristof
A value fund leaps ahead of its rivals.
Deep breathing, meditation and getting back to nature are among the best ways to relax and improve your health.
Tap into your digital health records, by Nellie S. Huang
Genetically engineered crops are pretty much just crops.