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From travel and tech to credit cards and stocks, we show you how to save big.
In search of greater dividends, by Janet Bodnar
It may have dropped in price, but it's still worth owning a bit.
Consumers are borrowing cautiously and saving more.
Is it okay to visit a store, then buy online?, by Knight Kiplinger
Uncle Sam still has good options for funding a higher degree.
Expect to see a plethora of new vehicles -- and better ones, too.
9 companies with good cash flow, by James K. Glassman
First-time borrowers may have better luck getting a car loan from a dealer than from a bank.
Flattening federal spending will give the D.C. region a taste of what the rest of the country has been going through, by Knight Kiplinger
Use willpower to your financial advantage, by Robert Frick
Every single pick yields a handsome 4% or better.
Shares of both super discounters and luxury chains can make good investments. We name three of each.
The case for investing in Europe, by Jeremy J. Siegel
The company's accelerating growth should give its battered stock a jolt.
Why I pick stocks, by Kathy Kristof
To invest in the U.S. bond market, buy an exchange-traded fund that tracks Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Bond index.
The stock is too risky because of uncertainty over future growth.
A new study shows that no one data point, including the expense ratio, will dictate the performance of a mutual fund.
Loomis Sayles Bond looks across the pond.
Now is not the time to buy Treasury bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
5 great stock picks -- and the exchange-traded fund that owns them, by Steven Goldberg
Veteran manager Wally Weitz seeks big, cash-producing firms selling at discount prices.
Emotional baggage can sabotage your financial goals.
You may be able to lower your costs while upgrading your coverage.
Digitize your files in these tech-savvy ways to save time, money.
The RMD spend-down strategy will help you cover retirement expenses with less risk.
Take our new travel tipping quiz, by Stacy Rapacon
Add an insurance review to the to-do list before they leave for school.
Kim Lankford responds to reader questions about minimizing bank fees overseas, more.
Many banks offer accounts with no minimum balance.
You can safely store all of your files and access them wherever you are.
Consider European delivery programs to buy your new car, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you need to know about credit scores.
Betsy and Warren Talbot, of Seattle, Washington, jettisoned their possessions and their careers to be perpetual globe-trotters.