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To make sure your retirement nest egg goes the distance, you need growth as well as income. Rule number one: Don't dump stocks.
Our take on Obamacare, by Janet Bodnar
Detroit's financial struggles are a lesson for public employees, who should be saving on their own.
Tens of millions of people may be wrongfully on the hook for money they don't owe.
You can get a loan through a social-networking site or state program and repay it with a specified percentage of your future income.
Funding an HSA, if you qualify, can help cut your expenses.
Before you lock in, make sure the early-withdrawal penalty isn’t onerous.
Is a CEO-led buyout ethical?, by Knight Kiplinger
Fewer buyers for cheaper gas, by Knight Kiplinger
How to limit taxes on capital gains in retirement.
Spotting winning retail stocks at the mall, by James K. Glassman
We walk you through the choices and tell you how to vet them.
What keeps me awake now, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Stocks that split tend to outperform. Here are three splitters and three split candidates worth a look.
Shares of big firms look cheap compared with their small-company brethren. That makes these standouts especially attractive now.
Treasury inflation-protected securities will safeguard your buying power.
How I evaluate stock picks from others, by Kathy Kristof
How the Kip 25's bond funds are weathering the storm.
Prosper from Europe’s recovery with T. Rowe Price European Stock.
Use our strategies to lock in higher lifetime payouts.
Alicia Munnell, director of the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, says reverse mortgages and longevity insurance will be critical.
If you buy coverage on your own, here's what you need to know.
Cut the cost of car insurance, by Kimberly Lankford
If you're a good customer, call your card issuer and ask for the fee to be waived.
Switching to another video service can save big bucks and reduce hassles.
6 things you must know about buying a new car.
How to earn more on your savings.