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All Contents © 2019The Kiplinger Washington Editors
20 tough financial questions and the right answers for you.
We could end up paying higher debit fees without seeing a reduction in retail store prices, by Janet Bodnar
A year after Dodd-Frank became law, missed deadlines pile up.
Online retailers should collect sales taxes, by Knight Kiplinger
Expect to see more prepaid cards, but watch out for fees.
Storm damage will hike premiums, but homeowners can get a break.
Entrepreneurs aren’t waiting to graduate to start a business.
Successful bargain hunters must go against the crowd and, at times, look foolish, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
These 12 stocks have held strong through the rocky markets of recent years. Start buying now, by James K. Glassman
Learn to control your fear and profit from crisis, by Robert Frick
By keeping costs low and avoiding fads, the king of index funds appeals to wary investors.
Closet index funds, foreign funds with big U.S. stakes and other surprises may be hiding in your portfolio.
The approaches of these mutual funds can help you defend your wealth.
Stock funds overcame widespread angst to score impressive gains. We list which funds did best and which are worth owning now.
Only companies that have boosted payouts for at least 25 straight years qualify for this ETF.
The impending death of the tax-free bond market has been greatly exaggerated, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The managers of this Kiplinger 25 fund see good deals in the pharmaceutical sector.
Focus on the features important to you, then check our list of low-fee and no-fee accounts.
How to fix Social Security, by Mary Beth Franklin
New rules will mean smaller pension payouts next year. Get it right the first time; there are no do-overs.
You may be damaging your score without knowing it.
These cards offer reasonable rates, generous rewards and no annual fee.
Kimberly Lankford explains how this year's storms will affect your homeowners premiums.
Our annual list is a surprising lineup of affordable places with healthy economies and fun stuff to do.
The latest mobile phones also make good digital cameras and camcorders, especially for snapshot shooters.
Green cars make cents, by Jessica Anderson
6 things to know about finding unclaimed assets.
Dianez Smith of Silver Spring, Md., spent a year looking for a job with management potential. She finally found one by standing on a sidewalk.