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Take the right steps to put your finances on a path to a secure retirement.
The financial advice women really want, by Janet Bodnar
Health-care costs are rising, but you may find more ways to save.
Handling multiple offers requires tact and a cool head.
Save money by consulting with professionals in real-time via video.
Should you have a right to delete personal online information?, by Knight Kiplinger
Tuition may be cheaper, but other costs may offset the savings.
Two nonprofits help patients select surgeons based on complication and death rates.
6 great restaurant stocks, by James K. Glassman
The danger of investing too heavily in U.S. stocks, by Anne Kates Smith
An estate-sale specialist moves her business online to link buyers and sellers.
Companies that regularly boost their payouts are ideal for a market that we expect will deliver modest results in coming years.
Surviving the Greek financial crisis, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Led by talented managers, most of the firm's most popular retirement-plan funds are solid bets.
3 tips for trading ETFs.
Sticking with a sinking stock, by Kathy Kristof
A mutual fund to navigate a choppy fixed-income market.
6 bond funds to own today, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A short-term bond fund that yields 2.3%.
Invest money from your retirement accounts in a deferred-income annuity to keep the IRS waiting.
A crowdfunding campaign could raise thousands of dollars -- or nothing at all. Here's how to do it right.
You may not need a pricey, fully loaded policy.
We tackle common consumer complaints -- from canceling a mortgage application to unexpected changes in closing terms.
Best ways for kids to invest gift money.
What you gain in Social Security benefits, you may lose in taxes.
How much you'll get from Social Security, by Kimberly Lankford
Presidential candidate Martin O'Malley borrowed heavily to send his daughters to college. Bad idea.
Cards with chips are more secure than those involving magnetic stripes.
The alternatives to cable are more attractive than ever.
Take a week or two to test-drive the roving lifestyle.
Get secure Web access everywhere you go.
7 things you must know about lifetime learning.
An author's rocky road to success.