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All Contents © 2017The Kiplinger Washington Editors
A record number of people have reached the seven-figure milestone. Here's how to join them.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance editor Janet Bodnar passes the torch.
States and government agencies are holding $40 billion. Is some of it yours?
To win in a hot market, take advantage of tech to find homes as soon as they are listed.
More banks and credit unions are offering peer-to-peer payments.
Too busy to spend time on important but mundane tasks? Your smartphone may be able to help.
History shows that after an initial dip, share prices tend to bounce back smartly.
Ways to protect borrowers from predatory home lending, by Knight Kiplinger
Protect against fraud by setting up an online account at any age.
Maximize your income in retirement, by Janet Bodnar
Don't outsource your conscience, by James K. Glassman
This nonprofit uses chess to help kids succeed in and out of school.
To save more, focus on the future, by Anne Kates Smith
After they stole his name, our editor switched into high gear to prevent them from hijacking his sterling credit history.
Why umbrella insurance makes sense, by Kimberly Lankford
The tab for a four-year education is mind-boggling. But don’t panic: You don’t have to save the entire cost.
These state-sponsored 529 programs offer tax breaks, low fees and well-managed portfolios.
The Federal Reserve's rate hikes have (slightly) raised yields for savers.
Our choices aim to beat traditional benchmarks.
Adding two bargain stocks to my portfolio, by Kathy Kristof
Target-date funds employ one of two basic asset-allocation strategies once you reach retirement age.
More automated advisory services are giving clients the chance to consult with financial planners and investment counselors.
Why muni fears are unfounded, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
The past year has not been kind to Mairs & Power Growth.
Amazon is wreaking havoc on grocery stocks. But not all of them are toast.
This fund’s goal: Invest in firms that can generate annual earnings gains of at least 15%.
Next-generation strategies for getting rid of cable once and for all.
But be careful: Fares from cheap airlines may not be such a deal after you add in extra fees.
Scaling back on household expenses has helped this family stay on the right financial path for more than a decade.