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You may be wasting thousands of dollar every year. We have 28 ways to fix your money leaks.
My Schwab account ballooned to $100,000. That's when the greed and day-trader mentality took over.
Corrections like the one in early February made plenty of investors nervous, but they can offer a good time to reset your investing strategy.
Keep your cool, create a paper trail and take it all the way to the top if you need to.
Home prices are just one factor you should consider when choosing a city.
The entrance fee to some popular national park locations will jump by 50%.
Home buyers are being tricked into wiring their money to crooks.
Investments in crops, metals, energy, currencies and other tangible things tend to go up when stocks and bonds go down.
A former sheriff and assistant D.A. go back to their roots, raising livestock on 132 acres.
Budgeting is work, but it allows you to spend your money on what you value most.
Many of you wanted to know what kind of coverage I chose. That’s still a work in progress.
Kiplinger readers share how they managed to bounce back from a major financial mistake.
Objecs that have special meaning to you could be the key to identifying your savings goals.
A tap on the brakes from the new tax law may be just what the market needs.
Home-sharing services and your homeowners policy may cover liability and damages by tenants, but the insurance may fall short.
The sudden windfall won't reduce your benefits. Here's why.
How you can use the money at colleges in the plan, and even at those who aren't.
Why you might want to hold on to that account.
Here's some guidance on whether to be a part of the lawsuit or go solo.
This is may be your last chance to claim some tax deductions. We help you make the most of them.
These small and midsize companies should pay off over the long haul.
Investors may be jittery about the Fed's plans to bump up rates this year, but you may be able to benefit.
Our picks trailed the S&P 500 index as the market's love went to companies with the fastest earnings growth.
Investing in cryptocurrencies is dicey. Instead, consider the underlying technology.
The managers of this Kiplinger 25 fund prefer to stay out of the limelight.
Our columnist happily seized the moment to buy two stocks that had been on her wish list for a long time: Costco and Boeing.
Plumb Equity Fund looks for big stocks with staying power.
The new tax law may discourage donations. But you can still support your causes and reduce your tax bill with these strategies.
We asked patient advocates who focus on helping consumers with their medical bills to share some secrets.
You may be surprised at the sources of income and good fortune that are taxable.