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Our annual potpourri of stocks, bonds and funds, rewards credit cards, and deals on phone plans, cars and tech.
This was a time for Kiplinger to step up and offer the best financial advice we could, by Mark Solheim
After a series of disasters, demand is intense. Here's how to give wisely.
Some investors have made a lot of money, but losses can be painfully real.
A used vehicle with a superlow price may have been submerged in the recent hurricanes.
The Libby app gives readers free, on-the-go access to a trove of titles from multiple libraries.
Competition from online merchants forces stores to cut prices and expand offerings.
Should ethics determine who you do business with?, by Knight Kiplinger
But lower published prices may not actually save you money.
A dozen ways to cash in on China, by James K. Glassman
This retired Navy pilot teaches her civilian clients how to take command.
Readers share the best financial advice they've ever received.
Health coverage is no slam dunk in retirement, by Janet Bodnar
Mopping up—and drying out—after the hurricanes was only the first challenge. Now the victims have to struggle through recovery.
A gatekeeper of your credit data let down its guard. Odds are your information is at risk for ID fraud.
How to tip, handle gaffes and work the office party at the holidays.
Some of these year-end moves will be even more compelling if lower rates arrive in 2018.
Charitable giving is a family affair, by Kimberly Lankford
You can get a free ChexSystem report every year to check.
We help you navigate the bewildering world of financial advisers.
Why I think Apple is a bargain, by Kathy Kristof
Stock picks for every kind of income investor.
This health care ETF wins with more exposure to smaller firms.
Emerging markets find their mojo.
The fund's managers aren't afraid to make big sector bets.
This professional can sort through your care options or sort out medical or insurance snafus.
6 ways to get holiday deals.