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Corporate America is firing on all cylinders, but share prices are high and so are risks.
How we pick the best banks, by Janet Bodnar
Instead of divulging your earnings history, focus on your skills and expectations.
These new services let you pay by the month to enjoy the latest luxury goods.
Hundreds of recent articles contained false information that was planted, the SEC says.
Enhanced mobile apps let you withdraw cash with a smartphone.
Should minor-league ballplayers get a big pay raise?, by Knight Kiplinger
You may find sports gear, a canoe or even a karaoke machine to rent.
4 types of investments to avoid, by James K. Glassman
Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream uses local ingredients and offers generous benefits to employees.
Charitable giving may be in your genes, by Janet Bodnar
These stellar banks and credit unions are making all the right moves to win satisfied customers.
Don’t let these common but misguided notions derail your goal to declutter and lighten up.
How to claim Florida as your state of residence to save on taxes.
It lets you go places without leaving home. But you may not want to pay up for the privilege just yet.
Airlines are experiencing turbulence over overbooking policies. Here’s what you need to know when your flight is oversold.
Who pays when you crash a rental car?, by Kimberly Lankford
How to navigate four sticky situations when you travel.
The nanny tax isn't just for Mary Poppins. It covers any household employee including housekeepers, gardeners and caregivers.
Using your bank's bill-payment service is convenient, but the process isn't a slam dunk.
Being debt-free allowed Myrna Oliver to move confidently into retirement after a late-career layoff.
When everything is working, sit tight, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Few fund operators have combined principles and performance with as much success as Parnassus.
How one bad year can wreck results, by Kathy Kristof
The landscape is changing for those who buy mutual funds through brokers.
A Fidelity manager takes a break.
Warehouse giant Costco continues to prosper despite the growth of internet retailing.
A convertible fund for the risk-averse.
A wellness resort can help you relax, get fitter, eat healthier—and have fun, too.
Eating certain foods could sharply lower your odds of developing Alzheimer's disease.
A genetic test to spot health risks, by Nellie Huang
A well-timed snack can help fuel your workout.