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Use these strategies to stay cool, and even prosper, in uncertain markets.
What people really want to know about Medicare, by Janet Bodnar
Apply the same due diligence to giving as you would to investing.
Mispricing during the most recent "flash crash" underscores a risk of these funds.
They’re luring guests with wine tastings, art exhibits and even free Lego sets.
Your letter carrier could be bringing you breakfast cereal and bread next.
But don’t pass up a competitor’s higher salary just to get on-site dry cleaning.
Is this lump-sum offer for future benefits ethical?, by Knight Kiplinger
This young developer dropped out of college and turned down a job offer from Apple to build an app.
The benefits of retirement villages, by Jane Bennett Clark
Crazy values, good stocks, by James K. Glassman
I’m shutting down my fund, by Andrew Feinberg
Most of its popular retirement-plan funds are top-notch, thanks to experienced managers and a team culture.
These companies pay nothing now, but they have the cash to pony up plenty down the road.
My four core tech stocks, by Kathy Kristof
Trouble for Pimco Total Return Active ETF?
Why bond yields aren’t going up, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
China's market collapse has pulled down the two Kip 25 funds that focus on emerging markets.
This low-minimum, no-load managed futures fund is crushing the market.
We tell you everything you need to know, from when to sign up to how to fill coverage gaps to how to track a claim and appeal a denial.
Use these five strategies to keep your heirs from blowing their inheritance.
How to withdraw from your 401(k) in retirement.
Use open enrollment as an opportunity to fill holes in your coverage.
How to stop telemarketing calls, by Kimberly Lankford
Trim your utility bill — and qualify for the generous renewable-energy federal tax credit.
You’ll pay retail for your smartphone, but you may save on your plan.
6 things you need to know about paying with cash.
NFL veteran Garrick Jones tackles a new career.