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For a smooth ride to retirement, take these financial steps when you have 10 years, five years and one year to go.
Gen Xers’ net worth was damaged more than that of other generations during the Great Recession.
Market corrections cause consumers to keep a tighter grip on their wallets.
A lot of negative information is expunged from popular search tool BrokerCheck.
A new mail tracking service provided by the United States Postal Service has a loophole that ID thieves can take advantage of.
Health savings accounts are a great way to save long term, but high fees can hurt returns.
Pay off deferred-rate cards before the low rate expires.
If nothing serious has gone wrong with a company, consider a stock decline a buying opportunity.
Retirees who have a financial plan feel more at ease about opening their wallets.
We’ve identified the states where the total tax bill is highest and lowest.
A new poll conducted by Kiplinger's and Personal Capital reveals Americans are serious about preparing for retirement. See how your savings -- and confidence level -- measure up.
The Millennial Monopoly game plays into millennial stereotypes, but in reality we’re not much different than other generations.
Make sure you have enough insurance to cover the full cost of rebuilding your home after a fire or other catastrophe.
A virtual doctor’s visit can cost far less than an in-person doctor visit or a trip to the emergency room.
If you haven't yet reached full retirement age and have returned to the workforce, expect for your benefits to be reduced.
Think twice about getting renter’s insurance from your landlord. You may be able find a cheaper policy elsewhere.
This often-overlooked demographic got a late start on saving and endured the Great Recession, but most are on the road to recovery.
Having too much liability insurance is better than having too little. And it’s affordable.
The Capital One Venture Visa card gets even better with enhanced travel benefits.
DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Gundlach is the fixed-income guru you’ve probably never heard of. But you should listen to what he says.
Bonds are complex creatures, and there’s a lot more to know than the current interest rate on a Treasury bond or the name of a big bond fund.
Some investors are high on these stocks. But the prospects for cannabis companies are hazy.
The best you can hope for from stocks is modest gains. The solution? Save more.
Apple’s share price has gotten pummeled lately, but its business still has staying power.
As tech meltdowns go, the recent one is tame. We think a couple of titans may be worth buying now.
The BBB-rated debt tier is increasingly populated by iconic but risky outfits you might not want to finance now.
This member of the Kiplinger 25 -- the collection of our favorite no-load mutual funds -- has had a bumpy year, but managed to do a bit better than its benchmark.
Smead Value looks for a few high-quality stocks at bargain prices.
Whether you’re new to short-term rentals or an old hand, you can improve your experience by following these tips.
Internet-based services to back up and store files and photos are inexpensive.
A number of insurers offer discounts for good grades or completing a defensive driving course, but the price of covering teens remains high.