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Tariff tantrums and rising labor costs are weighing down this aging bull market.
Alice Rivlin was one of the most vocal critics of the government’s accumulating red ink.
You can still save on end-of-summer or fall vacations.
This former monk found out the hard way that money is not the root of all evil.
Under the proposed legislation, you would have more time to take IRA distributions.
New student loan rates are lower, but parent loans are still no bargain.
But there could be an increase if higher tariffs on Chinese imports or a spike in gas prices drive up inflation in the third quarter.
Some employers allow payroll deduction into 529 plans.
When markets are choppy, bonds add ballast to your portfolio, offering stability no matter what interest rates do.
The national taxpayer advocate, who’s retiring soon, gives frustrated taxpayers a voice.
Whether you’re earning extra money or working full time, you’ll need to adopt new financial strategies.
Renting out your house is only one way to make money. This expert recommends some of the top gigs.
Keep good records, and don’t hand over money you can’t afford to lose.
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Brian Nick of Nuveen sees a range of hazards for a “choppy” and “frustrating” market in 2019.
With the easy gains behind us this year, look for stocks that can eke out reliable earnings growth in a low-growth economy.
A new type of fund that invests in low-income communities gives some investors a tax break, but it’s not for everyone.
A few companies are cutting them, but payouts are healthy overall.
Between now and year-end, you can expect all to be quiet on the income front.
Oakmark International, a Kiplinger 25 member, has stumbled recently along with foreign stock markets at large, but the fund's strategy has delivered over the long term.
A hefty chunk of cash has helped this Royce Special Equity Fund’s performance.
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