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Use our winning picks as a shopping list for every facet of your financial life.
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Roadside and travel aid are out. ID theft protection is in.
Here’s how to see whether your retirement plan is as good as its peers.
Put the money you are required to withdraw from retirement accounts back to work.
To fill out the FAFSA, you’ll no longer have to estimate your tax information.
More driving means more accidents and higher auto insurance premiums.
Do we owe students two free years of college?, by Knight Kiplinger
11 stock picks from the world’s greatest investors, by James K. Glassman
A sucker born every minute?, by Anne Kates Smith
How a part-time exercise instructor built a business of six Pure Barre studios.
Companies loaded with the green stuff can provide smoother sailing in a turbulent global economy.
China worries are overblown, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Akre Focus beats the market again.
Workplace retirement plans let you buy these funds without paying a sales charge.
You can invest today in companies that will benefit from a loosening of the U.S. embargo.
Wall Street is wrong on REITs, by Kathy Kristof
This bond-fund ETF should hold up well as interest rates rise.
A mutual fund that wins big by investing in tiny companies.
Line up family support. Get help from the experts. Expect surprises. And don’t forget to have fun.
Turn lemon investments into lemonade write-offs, and other ways to lower your 2015 tax bill.
It’s never too late to start funding a Roth to lock in tax-free retirement income.
How to ease the stress of gift giving.
Put your car to work for you when you’re not using it.
Get the most from telehealth, by Kimberly Lankford
Score valuable benefits by signing up for these credit cards prior to the holidays.
5 things you must know about holiday spending.
Lorena Garcia's path to celebrity chef.