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A tilt toward domestic-focused stocks makes sense for most investors.
Provisions to the Dodd-Frank reform act gives small banks more discretion to make loans and mandates free credit freezes.
States now have more latitude to collect sales tax on internet purchases.
Beware that federal student loans will be more expensive this year because of rising interest rates.
Most paper filers using the new 1040 will need to refer to supplemental schedules.
When you're just starting out with investing, you first need to build a diversified core before betting on individual stocks.
Some of the top companies are going all out to attract young women and women returning to the workforce.
Small-cap stocks tend to move in cycles, and we look to be on the rising side of one.
Researchers discovered that, when it comes to investment fees, diversification efforts can backfire.
Jennifer DiVittorio donated $300,000 in her parents’ names for research into neurological diseases.
Many families are discovering that a 20-year term for a life insurance policy isn’t enough.
Buy the right life insurance plan now to avoid scrambling to find coverage later.
You may be overlooking some of the valuable benefits that your credit card provides.
Know the differences between the agencies that help keep your money safe.
You can withdraw contributions from a Roth IRA to help purchase your first home.
Start investing on behalf of your kids by opening an account on Stockpile.
Can I use money in my daughter’s 529 college-savings plan to pay her private elementary school tuition?
Money market deposit accounts and savings accounts provide safe, easily accessible places to store cash.
We spotlight new cast members in the list of our 20 favorite exchange-traded funds.
We mixed and matched our 20 favorite exchange-traded funds to create four model portfolios to suit most investors' needs.
Investors have shunned bargain-priced stocks in favor of fast growers for years. Is value due for a comeback?
I can exchange my AV Homes stock for Taylor Morrison Home shares, receive 60% in cash and 40% in stock, or take the payment in cash.
In 2018’s topsy-turvy market there’s still one constant to stand by: dividend growth.
Some of the market's biggest names are on the move, dealing a new hand to index funds that invest in these corners of the market.
The managers for this large-company global stock fund scout for companies that invest aggressively for growth.
Unloading high-flying tech stocks and scooping up out-of-favor energy picks has helped this Kiplinger 25 member beat the S&P 500.
We’ve highlighted 10 small projects—most of which won’t cost more than $10,000—that can increase your enjoyment of your home in a big way.
Travel insurance can recover some costs when a natural disaster ruins your vacation.
Your old phones and laptops may be worth more than you think.