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The higher the stock market climbs, the harder it is to score big gains. You may find better opportunities abroad.
Timely advice for investors, by Janet Bodnar
But raises aren’t widespread yet. Neither is inflation.
California farmers get creative to channel water to key crops.
Using a fitness band to monitor your activity could cut insurance costs.
Make donating money to good causes as routine as checking Facebook.
You can earn cash by making purchases from participating merchants.
Honoring end-of-life wishes, by Knight Kiplinger
Don’t give up on actively managed mutual funds, by James K. Glassman
How one woman turned family recipes into a tasty profit.
Plan for retirement like a pro, by Jane Bennett Clark
The secret to safely investing in biotech, by Andrew Feinberg
Worried about the stock market but don't want to bail out? Our picks will help you cut your risk.
A unique strategy to prosper from junk bonds.
Being a clever investor isn't always smart, by Kathy Kristof
With greater stability (and fewer carriers), the industry is generating huge profits. These companies should continue to soar.
Move your cash to earn more cash.
Why yields won’t take off, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Emerging markets stage a comeback.
A mutual fund that aims for 9% returns overseas.
We picked plastic that pays you back no matter how you tend to spend.
When your cash flow is unpredictable but your bills arrive like clockwork, you need an ironclad plan.
It’s easier now to tap the equity in your house, and rates are still attractive. But you’ll need a top credit score.
Discover what you really want to do in your second act.
The right ways to split the bill at a restaurant.
4 things you must know about shopping at the Apple store.
How snowbirds can trim tax bills in retirement, by Kimberly Lankford
Don’t let fees and unfavorable exchange rates drive up the cost of your vacation.
A new tool from HelloWallet helps you calculate the right dollar amount for you.
Everyone loves a bargain. But sometimes you simply don't have the time to scout out the best deals. That's where we come in.
Should you buy a rental car?, by David Muhlbaum
6 things you must know about low-water lawns.
Tina Huang and Mickey Pentecost: Stretching a small income paid off big.