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Follow our strategies to achieve financial security, then reap the rewards.
How personal-finance advice has changed over the last 70 years, by Janet Bodnar
Many brokers have already adopted new pricing models.
When you’re shopping for international flights, be flexible and don’t buy too soon.
When it comes to airline and hotel loyalty programs, there's more to rewards than free flights and free nights.
For now, Watson doesn’t appear to be a big moneymaker for IBM. But investors seem impressed with its potential.
Income-based repayment plans are a good option for financially troubled borrowers.
This company profits by picking up your castoffs and donating or recycling them.
Investors, stop worrying about a bear market, by James K. Glassman
But as mortgage rates ratchet up, homes will be less affordable, tamping down sales and home-price growth in many cities.
You still have time to cut your taxes — and make smart moves to lower next year's as well.
Get up to speed on email etiquette.
Avoid having to buy a pricey replacement battery by being mindful about how you charge and store your smartphone.
Estate planning for snowbirds, by Kimberly Lankford
A refund could be coming your way if you paid to get your FICO score.
A fighter pilot's new career takes off.
We show you how to profit from five innovations that are reshaping the way we live and work.
A takeover boosts my portfolio, by Kathy Kristof
Keep higher prices from nibbling away at your portfolio.
Vanguard Health Care is hit hard by politics.
Harding Loevner delivers two winning foreign-stock funds.
You can prevent memory lapses by staying mentally and physically fit — and by having fun with your friends.
How to choose the right medical specialist, by Nellie S. Huang
A few minutes with your pharmacist may spare you some serious health consequences.