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We show you how to get back into the market without heartbreak.
Financial lessons from Downton Abbey, by Janet Bodnar
Congress ties up loose ends, but high earners pay more.
You can’t expect much if you take only one class in high school.
Mortgages won't be harder to get, but they could cost more.
The next time you need a loan, be sure to ask your credit union whether it will match a competitor's interest rate.
Should creative property be free online?, by Knight Kiplinger
Fee packages make it easier for you to calculate the true cost of your trip. But they're still just extra charges you might want to skip.
Financial security is still achievable, by Knight Kiplinger
5 ways to help fund your child's college education.
Why I love the Dow, by James K. Glassman
Most popular funds in retirement plans range from decent to excellent. But we found a few slackers.
Powershares S&P 500 Low Volatility Portfolio cuts market gyrations with the 100 least-volatile stocks in the S&P 500.
Every stock has a story, by Kathy Kristof
Three small-company stocks with fat yields and three with fast-growing payouts.
Spring thaw in Washington?, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Dividends in overdrive, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Are market seers worth their salt? When forecasters are considered as a group, the answer is no.
Loomis Sayles Bond readies for a rise in interest rates.
The 7 best ETFs to buy now, by Steven Goldberg
High-yield muni bonds are due to cool off.
A franchise is a quick way to invest in a ready-made enterprise.
Retirees, the sky isn't falling, by Jane Bennett Clark
If you've been putting off the onerous task of finishing your tax returns, these tactics will help you breathe easier.
A health savings account can be a powerful financial tool to cover medical expenses and save for the future.
Our guide will help you budget for your home's major repairs.
If a former employer offers to replace an annuity with a lump sum, don't bite. It's rarely worthwhile.
Short-term bond funds are safe, by Kimberly Lankford
Here's how to keep tabs on your credit history so you can spot any errors.
Take steps to mitigate the huge financial burden the disease places on couples and caregivers.
Smart reasons to lease your next car, by Jessica Anderson
5 things to know about mobile wallets.