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Welcome to the New Kiplinger.com

Faster load times. Easier navigation. All the personal-finance content and resources you've come to rely on. Check it out.

As we hope you’ve noticed, the Kiplinger.com website has been replaced by an all-new, enhanced, mobile-first design.

We’re moving into an exciting new era for Kiplinger, America’s premier publisher of personal finance and business forecasting advice and guidance. Today we’ve launched a fully redesigned and responsive website that automatically adapts to any device on which you want to view it: phone, tablet or desktop. The new technology provides the perfect platform to bring you even more of our award-winning content.

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Take a look around, and you’ll still find the insightful and actionable advice you’ve come to expect from Kiplinger. The difference is that the new platform brings it all to you in a sleek, faster, beautifully designed format that lets the words and images shine.

Featuring enhanced navigation, the new site’s layout makes it easier for you to find content that is interesting and relevant. Clean, light pages mean the site loads more quickly, and navigating around the site is faster than ever. That’s just the beginning, though. Over the coming months, we’ll be rolling out a succession of new high-tech features to further enhance our website, bringing you an even better experience.

The whole website has been created to put you at the heart of everything. We hope you enjoy using it and stay with us on what’s certain to be an exciting journey for Kiplinger.com and the world of personal finance in the years ahead.

Tell us what you think about the redesign. I look forward to hearing what you think.

Best wishes for remaining happy, healthy and prosperous in these challenging times. Take care.

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