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Here's how to ensure that your retirement savings last as long as you do.
New features are on the way to Kiplinger's Personal Finance, by Mark Solheim
Politics aside, employer plans won’t change much in 2018.
Crooks send texts that may trick you into allowing access to your phone’s info.
Even people who hold cars forever should pay attention to this metric, by Miriam Cross
The wolf of Wall Street is still on the prowl, and he has found new ways to fleece retirees.
Consumers get more time to settle a medical bill before it harms their credit.
Should soft-drink makers be held liable for the health risks of sugar?, by Knight Kiplinger
Global Entry speeds you through security wherever you go.
Join the race to $1 trillion stocks, by James K. Glassman
The Gambini family tapped their Sicilian heritage to produce award-winning olive oil.
Getting women to talk about money, by Janet Bodnar
A reverse mortgage can provide retirees with financial flexibility and security.
How to find a home's claim history, by Kimberly Lankford
Financial rules of thumb take a lot of the guesswork out of money issues, but one size may not fit all.
Our picks offer benefits for paying on-time and generous penalty forgiveness.
Two firms land in a dead heat for first place in this year’s rankings. Find the best broker for you.
Our six picks meet the YARP test, offering attractive yields at reasonable prices.
No one knows for sure, of course, but mark your calendar for the summer of 2018.
It's okay to reach for yield, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
One key to T. Rowe Price Dividend Growth's strategy is losing less in bad years.
Why I'm hanging on to a loser stock, by Kathy Kristof
Eaton Vance Floating-Rate Advantage should thrive as interest rates rise.
You can put together a basic system using Amazon Echo or Google Home for a few hundred dollars.
New high-tech hearing aids let you listen to what you want and tune out everything else.