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We found green stocks, bonds and funds that should put a little green in your portfolio, too.
A home is a valuable and versatile financial tool that can help you increase your wealth.
The tax breaks range from property tax exemptions to tax-free retirement plan withdrawals.
Rising college costs and heavy debt have raised doubts about the payoff from a college degree.
FICO’s newest model takes a long-term look at how you’ve managed credit.
Financial institutions are turning to application programming interfaces to securely share info with budgeting apps and tax software programs.
Daily updates about the COVID-19 virus are rattling investors’ nerves everywhere.
These companies and bond funds prosper by addressing environmental challenges.
These funds and ETFs take varying approaches to sustainable investing.
We don’t think this record run is over yet — but we’re watching these signs.
Remember the “peak oil” fears? Looks like we’ll be pulling oil and gas from the ground for decades to come.
Gripes about market risks now seem feeble. And sometimes the best moves are the ones you don’t make.
Giants 3M and ExxonMobil are on our watch list at the moment as lawsuits and sliding oil prices become potential hurdles to clear.
A recent study showed that partisan-leaning managers invest about 43% of assets in firms whose executives share the managers’ party affiliation.
A stake in multinationals buoys this fund when developing markets sink.
This ETF uses two tactics to smooth returns.
Another manager is retiring, but this fund is run by a dynamic team of mostly longtime members.
Health savings accounts help defray the cost of high-deductible health plans. They’re also a powerful way to invest for retirement.
Make sure you have access to key accounts, and keep things as simple as possible.
Kiplinger.com tax editor Rocky Mengle breaks down our newly released tax software rankings. Also, our hosts Sandy Block and Ryan Ermey discuss the ins and outs of trip insurance in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Several will help you grow your money and are less stressful than a loan when you need fast cash.
You need to take extra steps to handle everything from banking to health care.
Financially, your experiences have been mixed—and sometimes eye-opening.
It’s often smart to borrow to boost your income and your assets.
I think benefits will be available in some form, but I’m not relying on them for the bulk of my income.
Hint: It’s more than just company profits.
A tight supply of homes for sale and lower mortgage rates are pushing up home values. Sellers and homeowners are reaping the rewards.
There are cases when it’s better to buy new than used. Look for low-priced cars with high resale value.