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Our annual awards for standouts in stocks, funds, credit cards, travel, tech, apps, cars and more.
Our experts pick the best of, well, almost everything, by Janet Bodnar
Employers test your skills and psyche to find the best match.
Investment strategist Ed Yardeni says a return of the uptick rule, which makes it harder to sell stocks short, could help make a smoother ride for stock investors.
What happens when an office romance ends? by Knight Kiplinger
Donors now have more tools to ensure their money is well spent.
They don’t necessarily guarantee higher share prices for investors.
Some schools won’t charge extra if you need more than four years.
Sometimes paying off big balances takes priority over retirement savings.
Why I’m sticking with stocks, by Knight Kiplinger
Improve your investing decisions by ignoring short-term predictions, by Robert Frick
8 stocks to cash in on Europe’s woes, by James K. Glassman
Shares of big, high-quality companies have been seriously neglected. These stocks are cheap and attractive.
ETFs have a lot going for them, but they are not without shortcomings.
These investments are the secret to earning yields as high as 7% for your portfolio. But CEFs are not without risk.
Columnist Kathy Kristof launches her portfolio, putting her real money into the market so she can help you be a better investor.
The Fed still has ammo, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Our annual high-yield, no-stocks tofurky portfolio, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
With foreign markets in turmoil, the international picks among our favorite funds have fallen further than their domestic brethren.
The Sequoia Fund's well-executed strategy is no secret, by Steven Goldberg
Princeton (private universities), Pomona (liberal-arts colleges) top our rankings of private schools with challenging academics, affordable prices.
Take steps to block online tracking.
For a lot of borrowers, it makes sense to refinance.
Grab these breaks while you can. Federal budget pressures could eliminate some of them.
You can take money from a traditional IRA penalty-free at any age if you follow certain rules.
From setting a budget to giving gift cards, here are ways to avoid overspending.
Automakers are dropping prices on 2012 models to help boost sales, by Jessica Anderson
6 things you need to know about holiday tipping.
This retired U.S. Army officer's new career is teaching personal finance at a community college.