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You’d like to get back into stocks, but how? Or you want to earn more on your savings. Or maybe you just want to get away somewhere warm and cheap. We hear you, and we can help.
Get your money's worth from your next new car.
More employers will rely on temps and contract workers.
Say no to this lawyer's shakedown, by Knight Kiplinger.
Buy and hold is risky, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Emerging markets picks, by James K. Glassman
Overconfidence game, by Robert Frick
Financing a Roth conversion, by Mary Beth Franklin
A Wall Street veteran proposes ways to avert the next crisis.
Gift cards are friendlier, as long as you remember to spend them.
"Pennies on the dollar" pitches usually aren't worth a nickel.
Expect to pay a fee if you don't cancel your reservation.
Lawmakers agree that more Americans should be insured. But with two competing bills, the devil is in the details.
Look for sweet returns with these five stellar flexible funds.
Use our preassembled portfolio of inexpensive exchange-traded funds.
The free trading-education seminars he attended turned out to be short on wisdom and long on hard sell.
Beware the CEO's pitch, by Andrew Feinberg
What ails Treasuries, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Fidelity’s unsung heroes, by Russel Kinnel
Before you head for the exit, see who's waiting in the wings.
Bets on stocks of small, obscure companies fueled Aegis Value’s revival.
Shares of Smithtown Bancorp tanked because the bank’s bad loans soared.
Billions in state coffers and millions in income-tax refunds go unclaimed.
Kimberly Lankford helps you find a qualified tax preparer.
Preset forms are fine for simple plans. But complex estate issues may require a pro.
Make the most of any money remaining in your 2009 FSA.
By taking more risk, you can snag a lower premium.
Rack up points for overseas flights with these credit-card deals.
Carmakers are no longer desperate for your business, which makes our advice on how to negotiate more valuable than ever.
How to use our criteria for ranking the top cars when you go car shopping.
Prices have come down, and the user experience has improved.
What you need to know about Social Security, by Laura Cohn.
The electric company pays them.