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We've tailored plans that can be customized to suit young, mid-career and retiree investors.
Our money survey reveals what really matters to Americans these days.
Look for new rules to protect consumers and give shareholders more influence.
The Social Security code is a cinch for hackers to crack.
Gaming the new rules of health insurance, by Knight Kiplinger
Ads that promise big gains with no money down are back on the air.
High earners will pay more on wages and investments.
Freebie bank accounts end when students leave college.
No oil imports? No way, by Knight Kiplinger
Most changes are years away, but young adults, retirees and people with medical issues will benefit from the new law this year.
Our investing decisions, just like our eating habits, are susceptible to biases and manipulation, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
This young woman’s inheritance needs to secure her future as well as pay for graduate school now.
How to play defense, by James K. Glassman
Break out of the mold, by Robert Frick
Consider these 14 asset classes. Begin with the basics, then customize.
Tired of measly returns? Get out of the money-fund rut and into these 18 high payers.
These two funds each yield 3.5%.
Health taxes and stocks, by Jeremy J. Siegel
We found five ways to capitalize on global dividend growth.
Holding down trading keeps a lid on costs and can reduce the tax bite, too.
Buy U.S. agency bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
With about one-third of its money in foreign stocks, this fund is not for the risk-averse.
The high court on fees, by Russel Kinnel
As you plan your lives together, come up with a strategy to merge your finances, too.
Children are expensive. Fortunately, tax breaks can help pay the bills.
When the kids are launched on their own, it’s time to refocus on your needs.
Before you ditch the daily grind for good, do a complete benefits checkup.
Some new retirees may get smaller payouts as employers struggle to fund pension plans.
Some states are scaling back their retirement plans to help close the funding gap in their pension systems.
Our guide to 529 plans, plus a list of Kiplinger's state-by-state picks.
Benefits from the government's new program won't cover the cost of a nursing-home stay.
Rates are still low, but you’ll have to jump through a few hoops to qualify.
Good deals are harder to find, but our strategies can help you trim the price.
Leave the haggling to someone else.
What you need to know about renting a car.
Peter Goldstein started a hands-on program that teaches high school students about recycling and entrepreneurship – and that even pays off.