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Our solutions to 16 financial problems that tie you in knots.
Pesky fees down under, by Janet Bodnar
Look for new taxes and benefit changes as the law rolls out.
ETFs tempt more managers to try tactical asset allocation.
Class-action lawsuit or shakedown?, by Knight Kiplinger
To find a place, you need big bucks, clean credit and quick reflexes.
Don’t be swayed by your school’s logo on the plastic.
Why target-date funds are off-target for many investors, by James K. Glassman
A soldier weighs retiring from the Army at age 40.
They buy stocks that boost payouts year in and year out.
Apple stock is still cheap, by Andrew Feinberg
These funds are run by managers who went out on their own after achieving fine records elsewhere.
We list which funds did best and which are worth owning now. Funds that focus on dividends and stability should thrive in a tough environment.
BBH Core Select buys businesses, not stocks.
Shares of Berkshire Hathaway are enticing, even if you account for a future without its celebrated leader.
The wise investor doesn't leave tax strategy until the end of the year, by Kathy Kristof
Use these tactics to keep the bad guys out of your online accounts.
Before you splurge, take time to consider all the financial angles and come up with a solid plan.
Don't count on working longer, by Eleanor Laise
Kim Lankford responds to reader questions about ID theft, Roth IRA withdrawals, and more.
These money market accounts, CDs and credit union checking accounts offer decent interest rates.
Whether you’re just starting your career or kicking back in retirement, we recommend affordable places with good jobs, good food and good fun.
The tech giant’s operating system gets a makeover that plays well with tablets.
6 things to know about concierge medicine.
A contest for entrepreneurial kids gave 10-year-old Aria Eppinger a chance to show off her business skills and meet Warren Buffett.