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Avoiding these common missteps will put you on the path to higher returns.
Investors, keep the faith, by Janet Bodnar
Complex systems mean more glitches, but investors should stay calm.
Financial-literacy expert Clare Levison explains how frugality lets you focus on what you really want.
Struggling locales will pay down college-loan debts for new residents.
Get a tax break, along with time to choose a charity.
A new tax ruling means diners will decide how much service is worth.
Should doctors be barred from accepting perks?, by Knight Kiplinger
Why to buy emerging markets now, by James K. Glassman
What’s the best way to lend money to a family member (and not get burned)?
Follow these rules for good returns with reasonable risk.
These firms are raising their dividends and buying back shares—and are attractively priced.
Investors are treating the maker of battery-operated cars like a dot-com. Ford and GM are better deals.
Conspiracy theory lessons for investors, by Andrew Feinberg
Finally, a shake-up at Microsoft, by Kathy Kristof
Dump your bonds? No way, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Modest risks, modest returns from the Merger Fund.
Skyline Special Equities prospers from cheap, small companies.
Ride the bull market with this ETF filled with brokerage stocks.
Hitting the reset button on your career can mean less stress and more satisfaction.
Your adult kids should know about your finances -- and what they can expect.
On November 11, our powerful online tool will create personalized financial strategies for veterans.
With a wireless device, you can adjust the thermostat, lights and security system of your house from afar.
Put health costs in context, by Jane Bennett Clark
How employees can save money on health care costs, by Kimberly Lankford
These three hotel affinity credit cards are worth a look for travelers.
Line up the money and a good contractor. Then turn your wish into a reality.
Sizing up free service offers, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you must know about winning the lottery.
Check your credit score.