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Take action before the end of the year to save money and improve your finances for 2019.
Besides creating iconic brands, including Craftsman and Kenmore, Sears was a financial innovator.
The White House plan to freeze fuel economy standards faces a rough ride.
If you’re not switching jobs, smart negotiating could help you get ahead of the trend.
Utilize free ship-to-store services or retail lockers to thwart porch pirates.
Think you’re getting a low fare? Be sure to add up the extras before you buy.
Your cell-phone service is taking aim at spammers and spoofers.
These care packages let deployed service members know they are appreciated.
Owning gold or oil — or both — can even out the volatility of a stock-heavy portfolio.
There’s a lot of evidence that retirees may be worrying too much about preserving their money.
Many people choose a business that takes advantage of skills they’ve developed at a 9-to-5 job.
Use our guide to save on taxes, avoid probate and keep peace among your heirs.
Whether your divorce is amicable or rancorous enough to inspire a country music song, it’s important to pay attention to taxes when dividing your assets.
Invest in a child’s future with gifts of stock or contributions to a Roth IRA or college savings.
Rising interest rates won’t affect savings bonds, which makes them a money-smart gift for a young child. Here’s our top pick.
More funds are looking for companies that pay attention to environmental, social and corporate governance factors.
Every kind of income investor will find something to like in our new list of 15 top dividend stocks.
Currency risk hurt one of columnist Kathy Kristof’s holdings — giving her one good opportunity to offset capital gains.
Financials are having a volatile year, but investors should remain patient with them — and consider Financial Select Sector SPDR, one of our favorite ETFs.
Nothing that has happened this year or that looms over 2019 should threaten these elites.
This market-neutral fund delivers consistent returns despite market volatility.
These members of the Kiplinger 25, the collection of our favorite no-load mutual funds, require new investors to jump some hurdles in order to buy initial shares — but we think you should endure the hassle.
Here are our top picks for investments, rewards credit cards, cell phone plans, online security and more.
The holiday season is prime time to give back to the people who make your life easier throughout the year.