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Our forecast: Higher stock prices by year-end, with continued volatility and a slight chance of worrisome headwinds.
It takes a lot of time to do the research to make sure a company is compatible with your values.
Now is also a good time to check withholding for 2018 taxes.
Look for the first 5G handsets to hit the market in the first or second quarter of 2019, says this market analyst.
New programs aim to help workers recover billions in pensions and 401(k) plans.
Enroll in one of these programs to skip longer lines at airport security.
If you were a victim of its fraudulent activities, take the initiative to claim your money.
Even if some siblings can afford to help more than others, no one should shirk the obligation to assist in some way -- financial or otherwise.
Prepare to pay taxes on winnings.
Energy stocks that have performed poorly in recent years have now started to perk up. Buy some, but don’t go nuts.
Opening a bike shop let this couple turn their passion into a new career.
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz has some simple investing advice for women: Find a buddy and attend a few seminars to learn the language.
Self-employment comes with extra flexibility—a trait that millennials prize—but it can also complicate your financial life.
If you plan to delay retirement, watch out for these benefit traps.
A new federal law will soon allow everyone to freeze -- and thaw -- their credit report free. A freeze can deter identity theft.
More states are offering tax-friendly accounts that give people with disabilities the tools to build a financial future.
If you're hit with a lawsuit, your auto or homeowners insurance may not fully cover you.
Before listing your home on the site, here's what you should know.
As the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates, banks have been more generous in boosting yields on certificates of deposit.
You can expect mild losses in the bond market, but fixed income still has its place in your portfolio.
Our Practical Investing columnist, Kathy Kristof, explains her formula for buying stocks -- the same strategy as Peter Lynch and other touted value investors.
Use our picks to capitalize on growth overseas.
Our picks hail from diverse indsutries, from tech to banking to heath care.
Buying into an essentially good company can be a great opportunity. But sticking with a stock that deserves to be jettisoned could be a portfolio-burning mistake.
Pimco Low Duration Income fund plays defense against rising rates and delivers a decent yield.
We found plenty of backdoor, budget-friendly strategies to indulge yourself on vacation.
Lock and unlock your door with your smartphone, no matter where you are.