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We choose the creme de la creme in stocks, credit cards, travel, retirement spots, cars and more.
How to grade colleges, by Janet Bodnar
Shoppers should expect a shorter grace period and be ready to flash an ID.
The IRS is cracking down on seniors who don't take required distributions.
A light used device is worth a bundle.
We pick the most promising innovations from the fall Finovate conference.
You may get breaks—and penalties, too.
Should nonprofits pay property taxes?, by Knight Kiplinger
A college degree isn’t enough, by Knight Kiplinger
Get ready for a REIT rebound, by James K. Glassman
How the Fed blew it, by Jeremy J. Siegel
We name a dozen attractive stocks in four key areas: shale, sea, service and sun.
Despite a surprising non-move by the Fed, rates are still heading up.
We include four steady, familiar companies, plus one risk-taker's special that's paying more than 12%.
Midsize companies are usually stable, but they can still grow quickly.
Ho-hum results for T. Rowe Price Small-Cap Value.
My two-year portfolio performance report, by Kathy Kristof
The Dow loves dividends, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A juiced-up junk bond fund adds stocks and, sometimes, leverage to the mix.
From small jewels to Ivy League powerhouses, these top 200 private colleges and universities deliver quality and affordability.
We help you navigate the maze of choices to get the best deal.
Strategies for your health savings account, by Kimberly Lankford
These strategies will cut what you owe Uncle Sam. But you have to take action before the clock runs out.
When to sign up for Medicare.
Mobile phones are the source of a slew of 21st century faux pas.
These stocking stuffers are a smart investment for all the good little girls and boys on your shopping list.
6 things you need to know about tech warranties.
Get free shipping on your holiday purchases.