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These cities give you opportunities to get fit, eat well, enrich your brain and sometimes simply kick back.
How to pick a financial adviser, by Janet Bodnar
The silver economy will create golden opportunities for investors.
Might a new Department of Labor rule stall hiring?
Hotels are making it harder to back out.
A slew of crowdfunding portals let individuals buy shares in budding businesses.
Short-term CDs that adjust your rate higher may not be a good deal.
Should Congress dictate how colleges spend their endowments?, by Knight Kiplinger
The recession guessing game, by James K. Glassman
The keys to raising financially independent young adults, by Anne Kates Smith
These college classmates built a brand around their premium ketchup.
Fidelity edges out Merrill Edge and Schwab for first place in our rankings of top discount brokerages.
Why investors shouldn't be afraid of inflation, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Get better interest rates on your savings, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Our eclectic list includes everything from a maker of luxury leather goods to an aerospace giant.
Invest in foreign stocks without the currency risk.
This mutual fund yields 5.5% with a focus on preferred REITs.
Call in a pro to get your financial life in order.
Here's how one couple prepared for the worst, and how one spouse coped with being a survivor.
14 discounts you can get on your auto insurance, by Kimberly Lankford
Assets placed in a living trust go directly to your heirs when you die, bypassing probate.
Thanks to a new program, you can find out your score at no cost.
Follow these steps to bypass bumper-to-bumper traffic on the information superhighway.
6 things you must know about tracing your roots.
Trying to become a millionaire by 2020.