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Building a successful investing plan is like building a hero sandwich: Stick with basic ingredients and don’t get too fancy.
Should you spend more on family in retirement?, by Janet Bodnar
Travel snafus are unavoidable. Here's how to navigate them.
Look for average hikes of about 3%, but highly rated workers will get more.
Sample the high life with a luxury vehicle for a day or two, or lend yours out for cash.
These apps encourage physical fitness.
Some states and school districts are paying for exams. You can also save on test prep.
Should my neighbor be allowed to turn his house into a short-term rental?, by Knight Kiplinger
12 stocks to buy no matter who the next president is, by James K. Glassman
This veteran pilot provides free, private air transport to soldiers and their families.
New tools to help women invest to meet their goals, by Janet Bodnar
This socially screened mutual fund is charging ahead.
Learning from my misguided attempt to time the market, by Kathy Kristof
You'll find plenty of world-class companies outside the U.S.
How investors can profit from toll roads, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
If you choose wisely, you can cash in on companies that are under siege.
Vanguard scores with this index fund that owns long-term government debt from emerging markets.
The best way to plan your funeral is to do it yourself, even if you won’t be there. Your loved ones will be eternally grateful.
The skyrocketing cost of drugs is inflicting pain. These strategies can help spell relief.
Retirees, it's okay to spend, by Jane Bennett Clark
Trends in employer health benefits, by Kimberly Lankford
Your personal information should be secure if you follow our script.
What you must know about the exploding airbag recall, by Miriam Cross
Committed to a particular car brand? An auto rewards card may be for you.
The older you get, the more important it is to stay in shape. The key is finding exercise regimens that help and don’t hurt.
Indulge your inner Olympian and get ready for winter games right here in the States.
Cardiac patients who sign up for rehab programs reap big benefits.
Want a keener mind and a more balanced mood in old age? A healthy diet may hold the key.
This couple's formula for financial success: Be flexible.