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If you hope to quit your job earlier than later, here's how to make it work.
Should you invest in actively managed or index funds?, by Janet Bodnar
Borrowers will get dinged right away; savers will have to wait for higher returns.
Monitor your loyalty rewards as you would your bank accounts.
Do-it-yourself filers who would prefer to give the IRS its due without shelling out money for the privilege have new options.
The State Department’s credit union opens its doors to Americans overseas.
Limits on conforming home loans are on the rise.
How should I handle a tax windfall that I don't want?, by Knight Kiplinger
More stores are serving up high-quality food at bargain prices.
This startup's headphones lull you to sleep.
The best ways to invest in bonds now, by James K. Glassman
Make a tax-free move from a 401(k) to a Roth IRA.
Each method has pros and cons. Your best best is to stay flexible.
What to do when your broker goes rogue, by Kimberly Lankford
Build your own company, by Janet Bodnar
A group policy from work probably won’t replace enough of your income to meet your needs.
"As is" usually isn't good enough.
Simple steps for how to improve your credit score.
This super-saver family has reaped big rewards.
Build a portfolio that balances index funds with actively managed funds to get the best returns over time.
Our mutual fund and ETF portfolios deliver attractive yields while helping to lower risk.
Despite a host of concerns, stocks shine, with small caps leading the way.
Don't dump your dividend stocks, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The U.S.'s biggest bond fund fears the U.S. economy is peaking.
We add a real estate fund to our list.
Do more than just count sheep to pay down your sleep debt.
These techniques may eliminate the need for glasses.
More cruises are catering to the fitness crowd.