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Jane was a gifted author who could write about anything and make it sing.
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Caution doesn’t necessarily equal a market meltdown.
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Here are our top picks for investments, money-management tools, credit cards, budget-friendly travel, and more.
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Before you make a move, know how much risk you can handle.
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Nobody has a bigger stake in your money than you do.
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We tell you all you need to know to find the perfect match.
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Our picks for the Kiplinger ETF 20 match their indexes as closely and as cheaply as possible.
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Our goal is to give you a heads-up about the market’s danger points and opportunities so you can apply them to your individual circumstances.
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How should you combine index and active funds among your investments? We've got your answer, plus 25 top actively managed funds to pick from.
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Despite legal and financial drawbacks, lots of older couples forgo marriage.
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The consequences of oil's plunge haven't been all negative. With gas prices down, U.S. car buyers are doing what they love best: buying big.
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Not enough attention has been paid to the Fed policy's negative effects on savers.
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The effort we put into our broker survey extends to picking all the winners across dozens of categories of personal-finance products and services.
You could be overestimating your retirement expenses and underestimating your income.
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New health laws spell opportunity for investors, but it’s not clear how the changes will play out for patients.
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We focus on college towns with robust arts and sports scenes.
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Adapting is the name of the game in today's economy.
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