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Adventurous retirees are moving to foreign countries where the climate and cost of living are enticing.
6 rules for living with your boomerang kid, by Janet Bodnar
With these controversial securities, you’ll earn more if rates go up.
Take these steps to protect yourself from mobile cramming.
They’re polishing a tarnished image with better rates, no-strings checking accounts and cash to lure new customers.
Should employers research prospective employees online?, by Knight Kiplinger
Family mortgages give borrowers an edge and lenders a healthy return.
States are raising taxes on gas, alcohol, cigarettes, car rentals and hotel stays.
Chill out in a hot home market, by Knight Kiplinger
Fewer trades, more gains, by James K. Glassman
Roll old 401(k)s into an IRA or not?
Ten to buy, 18 to hold, two to sell among the Dow Industrials.
Our top high-yielding picks returned an impressive 18% in their first year. (Note: This special product is $4.99 for non-subscribers. Magazine subscribers, see page 30 of the August 2013 issue, or use coupon code kipincome25 to get a copy for free.)
We serve up 10 strategies that can help you fork over less to the IRS.
The stock isn't as cheap as the merchandise, but the warehouse giant deserves a premium price.
Bernanke got it right, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Things weren't as good as they seemed at the stock's peak, and they're not as bad as they seem now.
Income-stock bubble? No way, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Matthews Asian Growth and Income joins the Kiplinger 25.
Use funds to invest in bonds, by Steven Goldberg
An ETF to prosper from Japan’s recovery.
History says stick with stocks, by Kathy Kristof
The son of Vanguard’s founder uses computer models to identify attractive small-company stocks for Bogle Small Cap Growth.
Debit cards help you budget, but credit cards are more likely to protect you from life's little disasters.
Some niche products are pricey and riddled with exclusions.
The benefits of aging in place, by Jane Bennett Clark
Vacation protection can make sense, but know what it does and doesn't cover.
Get storm claims paid fast, by Kimberly Lankford
Don't bet the ranch on an online home-price estimator.
Go online to find the lowest rates.
Whether you're taking out a federal student loan or entering repayment, get up to speed on these changes.
This online tool and mobile app can help you make the most of your loyalty points.
Enjoy the home now for recreation and relaxation, and expand or adapt it gradually to function as a permanent residence.
Best cars for young drivers, by Jessica Anderson
You’ve taken thousands of digital pics of the kids, the cat and the Grand Canyon. Be sure to save them securely.
6 things you must know about collectibles.
X-ray your investment portfolio to maintain the proper asset allocation. Here's how.