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We came up with 10 great spots from coast to coast so you can choose the one with the features you value most.
Our best advice for kids, by Janet Bodnar
Employers are offering tuition perks to get and keep workers.
Will you have to pay someone to hold your cash? Probably not.
If you have Wi-Fi, you can cut your monthly mobile bill to nothing.
Stores reward loyalty by tailoring their discounts to your shopping habits.
Is it ethical for a company to terminate its pension plan? by Knight Kiplinger
A former engineer introduces young women to computer coding.
Investing in a tepid economy, by James K. Glassman
Sometimes It's okay to spend, by Anne Kates Smith
Transactions made through third parties like PayPal and Groupon may not be earning credit card reward points.
We expect our picks to generate superior earnings growth, which should translate into market-beating returns.
If you're a novice, computerized advice may make sense. For others, it's a tougher call.
Bursting the talk of a stock market bubble, by Jeremy Siegel
Upcoming spin-offs worth investing in, by Nellie S. Huang
Beware investment-newsletter hype, by Kathy Kristof
This ETF prospers from fast-growing small caps, by Ryan Ermey
A municipal bond sideshow, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Be patient with this quirky fund.
A China fund that favors Hong Kong, by Miriam Cross
It's more challenging in a digital world. Use these eight rules to teach your children money skills and financial values.
Cut prescription drug costs, by Kimberly Lankford
Your life insurance needs are different when you’re starting a family and when you’re about to retire.
Take Advantage of their high-yielding checking and savings accounts.
Don't fall for school-promoted cards. Instead, look for free or low-fee options from credit unions and some national banks.
Prosper from the move to solar power thanks to falling prices, flexible financing and a generous federal tax break.
We demystify the cloud, your virtual hard drive in the sky.
Take a “voluntourism” trip and you’ll see the world from a fresh perspective.
6 things you must know about class-action lawsuits.
The Estapa Family: After Katrina, a new life.