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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Forget Wall Street’s calls. We tell you which newsletters and Web sites are the most helpful.
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Just the thought of money can make us focus more on ourselves than on others.
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Leasing a home solar power system can deliver savings on your electric bill immediately -- if you live in the right place.
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Use the resources to hire a qualified contractor.
Virginia's Indian community thrives by encouraging its young people to get good educations and start small businesses.
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Be an Anglophile and adopt this British investing approach to ease young investors into stocks.
In his latest book, Yale’s Robert Shiller offers his ideas for fixing the world of finance.
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This fund's performance has been impressive, but its manager's silence makes it hard to recommend.
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We tend to pay off the card with the smallest balance first, regardless of the interest rate.
This book on how our minds’ intuitive and logical parts work together can help us recognize investing mistakes.
Giving up a lump sum in favor of a series of payments may wreak havoc with our mental accounts.
Russell Roberts, a professor of economics at George Mason University, says government bailouts left bondholders reckless.
Both of these extreme spending personalities suffer pain and guilt when faced with opening up their wallets. Here's how you can strike a better balance.
The relationship between happiness and income can be summed up in a simple equation, but really, it's complicated.
David Tice of Dallas, Texas, was famous for dire forecasts when he ran the Prudent Bear fund. But after he sold the fund, he helped bankroll an uplifting Hollywood film.
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You'll beat tricky merchants and let bad shoppers pay for your bargain.