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Whether you're buying or selling -- or both -- now is a good time to make a move. Staying put? You can tap your growing home equity.
The housing revival is real, by Janet Bodnar
Prices are barely rising despite the Fed’s easy-money policy.
Concerned about your privacy? Use these tools to protect it.
They lead to job offers more often than unpaid positions do.
The Supreme Court's ruling opens the door to tax breaks, health coverage and retirement benefits.
Major carriers are forcing you to wait longer to get a cut-rate upgrade.
When permanent alimony makes sense, by Knight Kiplinger
4 types of investments to avoid, by James K. Glassman
What women want, by Anne Kates Smith
Target-date funds aren't as simple as they might first appear. We'll help you find ones with low fees and the right investments.
To sell or not to sell? Use these guidelines to help you decide.
We examine 6 managers whose funds once shone brightly to see if there's reason to stick around.
U.S. stock funds lead our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds in 11 categories.
How stocks could rise 50% more from here, by Andrew Feinberg
Cash isn't just for hoarding, by Kathy Kristof
Don't panic over rising interest rates, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Test-drive your budget.
An easy way to save on homeowners insurance, by Kimberly Lankford
Use this versatile account to get tax-free income and a whole lot more.
Here's what to look for in a service and what you can expect to pay.
Give students the tools they need to master their finances.
Follow these tips to prevent thieves from stealing data from your debit card's magnetic strip.
These cities have it all -- good jobs, affordable homes and plenty to do indoors and out.
How to buy a safe car, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you must know about Twitter.
Estimate your Social Security benefits.