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Our picks offer a laid-back lifestyle, but they're only a short hop from big-city attractions.
How we pick great places to retire, by Janet Bodnar
Forget parallels to Watergate. The economy is in much better shape today.
Thwart them by keeping your operating system up to date and backing up your files.
Be selective about how you exchange dollars for foreign currencies.
Should employers be barred from asking job applicants what they earn?, by Knight Kiplinger
New rules make it easier to qualify for a home loan or to use a refi to pay off college debt.
Always struggling to remember your passwords and PINs? Don't worry, chances are they'll soon be replaced by tech-friendly identification software.
As Uncle Sam cracks down on overdue taxes, scammers are moving to cash in.
16 stock picks with staying power, by James K. Glassman
The game of Spikeball gets a do-over.
We pick the rewards cards that offer the biggest bank for your buck, whether you prefer getting cash back or cashing in points for travel.
Follow these steps to minimize hassles and get all the money you deserve.
There's plenty to do in the gaming town without rolling the dice.
When a tree falls, who pays?, by Kimberly Lankford
A new tool can help you decide whether an air-miles reward card or a cash-back card will be a better deal for you.
A single mom plans her next act.
Despite high share prices and the prospect of rising interest rates, there are plenty of opportunities here and abroad.
Investors aren't giving these companies enough credit. Buy the stocks before others catch on.
Oakmark International finds bargains in European stocks.
Three ways to invest in Europe's recovery.
On the perennial question of whether to take the extra insurance coverage, our advice may surprise you.