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Design the lifestyle you want, and make sure you have the money to pay for it.
Striving, at all ages, to secure retirement, by Janet Bodnar
State workers say hello to 401(k) plans and so long to automatic cost-of-living boosts.
A less-than-candid letter to shareholders could be a red flag.
Should athletes share in their school's profits?, by Knight Kiplinger
With low production costs and little hassle, creating an e-book can help boost your income and reputation.
Steep discounts for Lipitor could be the new off-patent model.
Small bank stocks worth buying, by James K. Glassman
Angst over annuities, by Robert Frick
Smart ways to manage student debt.
We identify funds and ETFs that deliver the best yields without taking big chances.
A humbling year for a hedge-fund manager, by Andrew Feinberg
Individual investor Kathy Kristof likes beaten-down stocks with solid dividends. But management counts, too.
Cash in on companies that make stuff we buy in good times and bad.
Avoid a nasty surprise by knowing your retirement fund's strategy.
Option-income closed-end funds are a better income option, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Our list includes a couple of battered blue chips, as well as some small, fast-growing companies you’ve never heard of.
Only foreign companies that consistently increase payouts qualify for the Powershares International Dividend Achievers ETF.
American Century Legacy Large Cap uses computers to pick stocks.
An alternative-energy leader comes under pressure as government subsidies shrink.
For T. Rowe Price Equity Income, it's good riddance to 2011.
The benefits of staying put in retirement, by Chris Farrell
Beware of paying big bucks for questionable advice that won't pay off.
Tips on how to qualify for additional financial aid that make sense.
Our experts guide you through splitting the check and other awkward money moments.
Kim Lankford answers questions about cosigning for loans, Roth IRAs for minors, and more.
Taking a cash advance is generally defensible only in an emergency.
This year's models pack more fuel economy without sacrificing style.
Read books, play games, check e-mail, and watch movies and TV -- without busting your budget.
7 things you need to know about cloud computing.
Cookbook author Carol Scudere is showing Americans inexpensive ways to put tasty food on the table.