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The most critical phase of retirement may just be the year before you leave your job. Use the time to get your plan squared away.
Stay healthy to enjoy your wealth, by Janet Bodnar
Balances are on the rise, but defaults are still low.
That means bond prices are likely to fall. Here’s what to do.
Rents are rising more slowly, but in many places they are still painfully high.
Help for your next high-tech printing project are right around the corner.
Wait too long, and deals could disappear as air carriers cut service to the U.K.
Should a criminal record rule out a job applicant?, by Knight Kiplinger
It's time to bet on banks, by James K. Glassman
The power of peer pressure, by Anne Kates Smith
A pediatric emergency doctor’s invention helps patients manage pain without drugs.
Our portfolio of 12 stocks pays you cash on a regular schedule, generating an average yield of 3.3%.
The Republican presidential candidate’s campaign filings show he loves junk bonds, shuns overseas investments and sure likes to dabble.
Better known for its actively managed funds, Fidelity wants to be known as the low-cost provider of index funds.
How doing nothing can pay off for investors, by Kathy Kristof
Two new funds join the Kip 25 roster.
Will investors endure another October surprise in 2016?, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A Value Line fund breaks with tradition.
Save money on the sale of your home, by Kimberly Lankford
How to avoid the penalty for early withdrawals from your IRA.
Most streaming video services have rules limiting account sharing. A lot of people ignore them.
These accounts offer low or no fees, generous yields and lots of customer-friendly features.
Sometimes keeping your eye on the clock has its rewards.
But some banks are still charging hefty transfer fees.
Walking tours offer an up-close and personal view of your destination, with a bonus: You can indulge in gourmet meals without worrying about your waistline.
Discover activities designed to target the brain’s major cognitive functions.
You feel fine. You rarely get sick. So do you really need an annual physical?
The devices aren't terribly accurate, but that may be beside the point: getting you out and about.
Hospitals are changing nighttime routines so patients won’t have to wake up as often.
Smart money moves for a stand-up comic.