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What investors should do in today's market, by Janet Bodnar
How to take advantage of opportunities in volatile markets.
New retirement savings plans are aimed at workers without access to a 401(k).
An earlier timeline could mean changing the way you manage income and assets.
Spa services, fitness classes and more await your next food shopping trip.
A handful of high-tech services aim to provide personalized advice.
How much notice should you give your boss when you quit?, by Knight Kiplinger
How men and women think differently about money.
Alternative investments to replace bonds in your portfolio, by James K. Glassman
This mother-daughter combo patented a barrette and forged a family partnership.
These funds will benefit from the shift away from growth and toward value stocks.
Investing in individual debt securities has advantages over funds. We show you how to do it.
We mixed and matched our 20 favorite exchange-traded funds to create four model portfolios to suit most investors' needs.
A year after launching the Kiplinger ETF 20, it’s time for some changes.
My three-day rule, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
These real estate investment trusts offer above-average yields and could deliver appreciation, too. Plus, four funds to get into real estate.
North Star Dividend Fund has chalked up solid results by investing in micro-cap stocks.
Tax deductions for volunteers, by Kimberly Lankford
A patchwork of benefits and programs can help relieve the crushing costs, but planning for the long term is essential, too.
The key to avoiding a big tax bill is to start planning for RMDs well before your 70th birthday.
How to retire in harmony, by Jane Bennett Clark
Make sure your home is covered before disaster strikes.
Follow our advice to give generously, or fund-raise for a cause dear to you, without stretching anyone’s limits.
If you run a shop, check out these credits cards for small businesses to separate your personal and business spending.
From the beaches of Samoa to the palaces of India, these excursions include all the arrangements and offer as much hand-holding as you want.
Buy a used car online without haggling, by David Muhlbaum
6 things you must know about home remodeling.
The city of Stockton comes back from the brink.