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Sorting through the alphabet soup of financial adviser credentials and opaque fee structures can be daunting. We shopped around to see how you can find the best fit for you.
Despite being a money expert himself, Kiplinger editor Mark Solheim found the advice industry to be a labyrinth of credentials and opaque fee structures when he went looking for financial guidance from the pros.
Premiums keep rising, but you may need a policy more than ever.
If history is a guide, gun control advocates and opponents will cancel each other out.
Companies must disclose how much CEOs earn versus the rank and file.
Unlimited monthly access usually ranges from about $300 to $500 and includes a slew of amenities.
You may be able to rein in your loan payments before they go up.
Knight Kiplinger offers his advice on how companies can improve their handling of harassment problems.
Travelers who want more than a couch to sleep on have new options.
Investors are just realizing that you don’t earn an average of
10% annually without taking some risk and suffering some pain.
Fraudsters are using payment apps such as Paypal and Zelle to trick you out of your money.
In addition to your credit, any assets you bring to the marriage should remain in your own name.
The best financial adviser for you should work to serve your unique needs.
Be sure to interview a few options and check into their backgrounds before hiring someone.
Be sure your financial pro is looking out for your best interest.
A number of services promise to notify you if you are a victim of credit fraud. But you'll pay a hefty fee.
Here's how to keep your credit intact without breaking the bank.
If you (or your teenager) often drop or misplace your cell phone, it may be worth it to buy coverage along with the phone.
You could consolidate or refinance to lower your payments, but some options will increase your overall costs or eliminate federal loan safeguards.
Beware, however: They are not protected from losses by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Our actively managed funds turned in mixed results over the past year. But they are in the race for the long haul.
What's Warren Buffet up to lately? Berkshire Hathaway's latest 13F shows a brand-new top holding in the Oracle of Omaha's collection of stocks
Our four portfolios will help you harness higher interest rates.
It isn’t just the shopping experience that has sold me on the stock. I also love how Costco runs its business.
Vanguard Star Fund takes a big bite of bonds to provide some calm.
Your furry friends can run up a big tab over their lifetime, but we'll show you how to keep expenses in check.
Look for two- to three-year-old used vehicles because they’ve already lost the lion’s share of their initial value.
Use these strategies to unlock more value when you book award tickets.