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Now available on the iPad, our new app is so cool I can hardly stand it, by Janet Bodnar
Or is it that stock market gains bring election wins?
Phyllis Borzi from the Employee Benefits Security Administration explains how employees will be able to zero in on cost-effective savings options.
Is your pension’s fund hypocritical?, by Knight Kiplinger
Keep a single breach from spreading.
You can get in on private equity, too, but you won't make as much.
Better yields from 4 top junk bond funds, by James K. Glassman
Straight talk on tax reform, by Knight Kiplinger
Why your credit-card debt won't die, by Robert Frick
These four Berkshire Hathaway lookalikes may deserve a spot in your portfolio.
Individual investor Kathy Kristof now finds herself tempted to check returns against her benchmarks several times a day.
WisdomTree MidCap Earnings is a bargain hunter.
Private equity produces stronger and more-resilient companies, by Jeremy J. Siegel
American Funds bounce back (sort of), by Steven Goldberg
Artisan Small Cap stalks companies with big potential.
How to score 13% with Annaly Capital Management, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Every filing year is a little different.
Packing a prepaid card often has more cons than pros.
Kim Lankford tackles readers' questions about personal liability umbrella insurance policies, required minimum distributions, and more.
You could end up doubling the daily rate unless you just say no at the counter.
6 things you need to know about daily deals.
Last November, Svante Myrick was elected Ithaca, N.Y.’s youngest mayor at 24. Here’s how he managed his own finances, and how he plans to deal with the city’s.