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Whether you’re starting out, have already retired or are somewhere in between, we show you how to make your money grow and last.
I took control of my parents’ finances when Dad showed signs of dementia, by Mark Solheim
Most large employers plan to boost salaries for 2018, but the average increase will be about 3%.
Travel abroad is more expensive, but your overseas investments may benefit.
Steer clear of fraud and late shipments when you're doing your holiday shopping.
A recent lawsuit against private student loan borrowers has been dismissed. Here's what you need to know.
To prevent ID theft, credit card issuers now monitor the dark web for your personal information.
Should colleges use collection agencies for overdue student bills?, by Knight Kiplinger
Certified financial planners aim to put you first at all times.
The psychology of a market bubble, by Anne Kates Smith
Plenty of organizations are raising money to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Check out these groups before you donate to be sure your gift goes to those who need it -- and not to scam artists.
Star fund managers aren't extinct, by James K. Glassman
What single women need to know, by Janet Bodnar
Whether you get insurance from your employer, via Medicare or on your own through the insurance marketplaces, these strategies will help you save.
When it’s time to step in, avoid the stumbling blocks with these strategies.
Big-box retailers are peddling various financial services along with supersize packs of tuna fish, toothpaste and Tide. See how they stack up.
Should the prospect of tax reform change your plans for a Roth IRA conversion?, by Kimberly Lankford
What you must know about charitable gift annuities.
If you're a frequent flier, this rewards card may be worth your while.
These supersavers spend a little.
Investors, don't let current events spook you, by Kathy Kristof
Look beyond the P/E. These five stocks are inexpensive based on free cash flow.
The stodgy Vanguard Wellington fund still delights investors.
Why income investors shouldn't panic, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Baron Real Estate has cashed in by owning everything from builders to cruise lines.
Transform your home the way you want, on time and on budget.
Even do-it-yourselfers may want a pro’s help with an exotic vacation or a complicated itinerary.
Gasoline is just gasoline -- or is it?, by David Muhlbaum