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Kiplinger
Jul 24, 2021

7 Money Lies We Tell Ourselves
Everyone does it, one way or another. See if any of these lies sound familiar to you. And find out what kind of damage believing them can do to your finances.

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Hits 35K as Rally Spurs Fresh Index Records
Twitter and Snap had strong showings in the earnings confessional.

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

Tesla (TSLA) Q2 Earnings: 4 Things to Watch
Our preview of the upcoming week's earnings reports includes Tesla (TSLA), Alphabet (GOOGL), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT) and Facebook (FB).

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

15 Best Vanguard Mutual Funds for Investors of All Stripes
The best Vanguard mutual funds might cover a wide assortment of investing strategies, but they have two things in common: simplicity and cheap fees.

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

IRS Extends Tax Deadlines for Michigan Storm Victims
Following FEMA's recent disaster declaration for severe storms, flooding and tornadoes in Michigan, impacted taxpayers get more time to file and pay certain federal taxes.

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

Know Your Rights in Debt Collection
A wave of post-pandemic debt collection is coming. Here's how to dispute a debt and protect your assets.

Kiplinger
Jul 23, 2021

58-Year-Old Landlord Says Goodbye to Tenants
How Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) are helping retirees find time and freedom. Here's one couple's story of gaining their freedom by quitting the landlord biz - without paying a massive tax bill.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Buck Surprise Jump in Jobless Claims
The latest weekly unemployment-benefit filings were disappointingly high, but the major indexes still managed a red-to-green session Thursday.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

11 Safe Stocks for Superior Gains
Finding safe stocks with the potential to deliver outsized gains can be challenging, but this list of names is certainly a good place to start.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

America's Worst CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratios
These 10 S&P 500 firms boast sky-high CEO-to-worker pay ratios that see their executives making thousands of times more than their median employee.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

The Psychology Behind Your Worst Investment Decisions
We can torpedo our portfolios without even realizing it. Avoiding these seven traps will allow you to make rational investments.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

Biden's Tax Plan Could Make ‘Marriage Penalty' Worse
"Are we better off single?" That's what some high-earning couples may be asking themselves if Congress acts on President Biden's tax proposal. Here's why.

Kiplinger
Jul 22, 2021

A Responsible Way for Teenagers to Get into Investing? Maybe.
Fidelity has a discount brokerage platform just for kids called a Youth Account. It has some protections baked in, along with some opportunity to learn about investing. But there are some dangers parents should know about, too.

Kiplinger
Jul 21, 2021

Stock Market Today: Coke, Chipotle Keep the Snap-Back Rally Rolling
Investors kept up the bullish momentum Wednesday, encouraged by a pause in bond buying and strong corporate earnings.

Kiplinger
Jul 21, 2021

7 Great Growth ETFs to Get Your Portfolio Going
These growth ETFs provide exposure to the higher-risk investing style while mitigating some of the headaches associated with it.

Kiplinger
Jul 21, 2021

10 First-Class Fintech Stocks to Watch
Fintech stocks enjoyed a COVID boost, but the financial technology industry is still expected to grow by leaps and bounds going forward. That's good news for these 10 picks.

Kiplinger
Jul 21, 2021

Other Uses for Life Insurance You May Not Know About
There may be potential benefits to life insurance beyond its traditional uses, especially when it comes to taxes, estate planning and long-term care. Could life insurance play a larger alternative role in your retirement strategy?

Kiplinger
Jul 21, 2021

Red-Hot Housing Market Today Could Burn Real Estate Professionals Tomorrow
Yes, real estate is hot right now, and agents and investors are flush with cash. It's time for real estate professionals to diversify their finances, or face the consequences when things finally cool down.

Kiplinger
Jul 20, 2021

Stock Market Today: Market Pendulum Swings Hard, And Into the Green
Apple and IBM helped the Dow stage a big bounce on Tuesday.

Kiplinger
Jul 20, 2021

The Pros' Picks: 5 Stocks to Sell or Avoid
Equity analysts don't exactly relish highlighting stocks to sell. Thus, when a company racks up several Sell calls, investors should take note.

Kiplinger
Jul 20, 2021

Employing an Active Wealth Strategy for Retirement
Retirees can benefit by looking at the big picture using an active wealth framework that touches on these key issues: Invest, Spend, Borrow, Manage and Protect.

Kiplinger
Jul 20, 2021

How NOT to Deal With Conflict at Work and Otherwise
Hint: Blowing your top at the office or at home is usually not a good idea!

Kiplinger
Jul 19, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Drops 725 Points on Resurgent COVID Fears
The Dow suffered its biggest one-day drop since late October.

Kiplinger
Jul 19, 2021

How to Go to Cash
What exactly does it mean to 'go to cash,' and what should you do once you have?

Kiplinger
Jul 19, 2021

5 Auto Parts Stocks to Invest In a Booming Industry
A global chip shortage is just one of many growth drivers for auto parts stocks. There's likely more upside for the thriving industry … and these five names should continue to benefit.

Kiplinger
Jul 19, 2021

3 Retirement Mistakes You May Be Making Right Now
You've been saving and investing so carefully, what could go wrong? Unfortunately, several things, if you're making these all-too-common retirement mistakes.

Kiplinger
Jul 19, 2021

A Key to Spending without Worry in Retirement: Longevity Insurance
This special type of annuity kicks in with a reliable income stream beginning at age 80 or 85 - meaning your savings only need to get you that far, not indefinitely. That could ease your mind about spending more freely in early retirement.

Kiplinger
Jul 18, 2021

Are 1031 Exchanges Right for Me?
There's a possibility the tax-deferral benefit of such property exchanges could end for some high-net-worth real estate investors, so that could speed up some property owners' decisions.

Kiplinger
Jul 17, 2021

Take Control for a Better Retirement
A solid retirement plan is about much more than a collection of investments and insurance products. Be organized about your approach. Here's how.

Kiplinger
Jul 17, 2021

Your Spouse Wants a Divorce … Now What?!
Maybe it came as a shock, or perhaps you saw it coming a mile away. If you're wondering what to do, take a look at the personal and financial talking points one divorce expert has come up with from discussions with her clients over the years.

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks End Record-Setting Week in the Red
While retail sales came in higher than expected, consumer sentiment data missed the mark.

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

10 Big U.S. Cities With the Cheapest Apartment Rents
Housing prices are on the rise nationwide, but these big U.S. cities remain affordable thanks to their dirt-cheap rents.

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

Netflix (NFLX) Earnings: Will Subscriber Adds Stall Again?
Our preview of the upcoming week's earnings reports includes Netflix (NFLX), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and American Express (AXP).

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

The Financial Effects of Losing a Spouse
Even amid grief, it's important to reassess your finances. With the loss of your spouse's income, you may find yourself in a lower tax bracket or that you qualify for new deductions or credits.

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

Warning: You May Have to Pay Back Your Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments
Unlike stimulus checks, you might have to repay your monthly child tax credit payments if you get too much money from the IRS.

Kiplinger
Jul 16, 2021

Keep Momma Away from This Financial Adviser
When a family member wants to be your financial adviser, watch out!

Kiplinger
Jul 15, 2021

12 Best Consumer Staples Stocks for the Rest of 2021
Consumer staples stocks have been on the rise in recent months. Several catalysts on the horizon could keep the momentum going through year's end.

Kiplinger
Jul 15, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Slip as Tech, Energy Come Up Lame
Investors took a few chips off the table Thursday as a wide range of employment and economic data painted a muddy picture of the ongoing recovery.

Kiplinger
Jul 15, 2021

8 Stock Picks That Could Get a Child Tax Credit Bump
The expanded 2021 Child Tax Credit is expected to put more money into Americans' pockets ... and, eventually, these eight stock picks.

Kiplinger
Jul 15, 2021

Are You Getting a Monthly Payment for Your Kids? Check the IRS's Child Tax Credit Portal
The IRS has an online tool that will help you track and manage your monthly child tax credit payments (although it's not fully functional yet).

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

The Financial Fiduciary Standard Explained
To get the best financial advice, you want someone who has your best interests at heart, right? It sounds simple … but it isn't.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

Stock Market Today: Apple Sets New High on Mixed Day for the Market
Stocks failed to find common direction on Wednesday as investors digested more signs of surging inflation but also signals that the Fed won't ease policy anytime soon.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

7 Best Value REITs for Income Investors
These value REITs are benefiting from a rebounding real estate sector - and offer attractive dividend yields to boot.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

What to Consider When Deciding Between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust
There are important differences between the two types of trusts, including the amount of control you'll have over your assets.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

Updated Exclusive Forecast: Social Security Benefits COLA Likely to Be Largest in Decades
The increase in the cost-of-living-adjustment is expected to be driven by a rebound in consumer spending and higher prices for cars, airfare and gasoline.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

Social Security Benefits COLA Likely to Be Largest in Decades
The increase in the cost-of-living-adjustment is expected to be driven by a rebound in consumer spending and higher prices for cars, airfare and gasoline.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

Britney Spears' Sad Song … Warning: This Could Happen to You
Being forced into conservatorship and losing all control over your life isn't something that just happens in movies, like Netflix's dark drama "I Care a Lot." And it doesn't just happen to pop stars like Britney Spears. In fact, we all can learn something from Britney's sad story.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

How is Cryptocurrency Taxed? Here's What You Need to Know
If you think the lack of government oversight means that cryptocurrency is not taxed, you're in for a big surprise.

Kiplinger
Jul 14, 2021

Who Won't Get Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments (Not Every Parent is Eligible)
The IRS will send the first round of advance child tax credit payments on July 15. Here's why some families won't receive these monthly payments.

Kiplinger
Jul 13, 2021

IRA Tax Planning: Minimizing the RMD Ticking Time Bomb
Couples with a bit of an age difference have an interesting strategy available to them to reduce taxes on their retirement savings due to required minimum distributions.

Kiplinger
Jul 13, 2021

Stock Market Today: Red-Hot June CPI Cools Off Stocks
U.S. inflation raced ahead in June at its fastest clip since 2008, prompting at least a short pause in stocks' recent ascent to new heights.

Kiplinger
Jul 13, 2021

11 Best Healthcare Stocks for the Rest of 2021
The 2020s could be the decade of healthcare stocks. Here are 10 companies and one ETF to watch not just for the remainder of this year, but well beyond.

Kiplinger
Jul 12, 2021

Be Money Smart in Tough Times
The difficult times we've been going through are a great opportunity to teach some important money lessons to your kids and grandkids.

Kiplinger
Jul 12, 2021

Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes When Claiming Social Security
With so many options and variables involved, it's easy to make any of these three errors with your Social Security benefits.

Kiplinger
Jul 12, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Maintain Altitude With Q2 Earnings on Deck
Optimism over what should be a blowout Q2 earnings season helped lift the major indexes to new highs on an otherwise low-news Monday.

Kiplinger
Jul 12, 2021

10 High-Quality Stocks With Dividend Yields of 4% or More
There's no shortage of stocks with dividends these days, but not all of them are worth chasing. Here's a list of top-rated, high-yielding names to consider.

Kiplinger
Jul 12, 2021

PODCAST: Get the Most from the Expanded Child Tax Credit
The latest government stimulus is a much-more generous child tax credit, with a new twist: The IRS is going to send you money each month, if you're eligible. Also, what marrying will do to your taxes.

Kiplinger
Jul 11, 2021

Retirement and Divorce: Protecting Your Finances When Marital Bliss Turns Sour
Six steps to take as you negotiate a "gray divorce" that can help defend the financial future you've worked so hard to achieve.

Kiplinger
Jul 11, 2021

Taking Stock of Your Finances at the Halfway Point of 2021
Believe it or not, we're more than halfway through 2021. It's the perfect time to revisit your financial goals. Are you on track?

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

What You Must Know About Tipping While Traveling
Relax, you're on vacation. Use these six tips to establish a tipping plan that eliminates stress.

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Bounce Back to Hit New Highs
Reopening stocks and financials were some of the day's biggest gainers.

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

Why 99% of Business Owners are Leaving Money on the Table
From starting your business to running it, growing it and finally setting it up for a successful transition when the time comes, there are a host of challenges to overcome … and only a handful get it all right. Most end up leaving a lot of money on the table, one way or another.

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

A Woman's Guide to Long-Term Care
Who needs long-term care insurance … and who might be able to do without it?

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

7 Best Financial Stocks for the Rest of 2021
Financial stocks have done well in 2021 amid a strong economic recovery. Here are seven top sector picks for the remainder of the year.

Kiplinger
Jul 09, 2021

Untangling Your Finances When You Divorce: Don't Forget These Important Details
Whose name is on the title to the house? Is the person paying child support covered by a life insurance policy? Have you changed your tax withholding now that you won't be filing as married? These are all important but often forgotten details.

Kiplinger
Jul 08, 2021

Stock Market Today: Treasury-Rate Tumult Trips Up Stocks
The rate on 10-year T-notes plumbed to their lowest point since February, pulling the major indexes back from their recent highs.

Kiplinger
Jul 08, 2021

9 Best Biotech ETFs to Play High-Octane Trends
Biotechnology is a dynamic but often volatile industry. These biotech ETFs provide a lower-risk way to invest in the space.

Kiplinger
Jul 08, 2021

Don't Let COVID Cloud Your Plans for a Long Retirement
Following a simple three-part formula can help maximize the gift of longevity.

Kiplinger
Jul 08, 2021

Your Home Insurance Might Not Cover All You Think It Does
When they go to file a claim, many homeowners are shocked to find out their policy excludes the type of damage they suffered. Will you be out of luck when you need help? Not if you know what specific coverage to ask for.

Kiplinger
Jul 07, 2021

Stock Market Today: S&P, Nasdaq Score New Highs After Fed Minutes
While the Fed has started positioning for the eventual tapering of asset purchases and raising of interest rates, there is no concrete timeline as of yet.

Kiplinger
Jul 07, 2021

7 MLPs to Consider as Oil Prices Climb
These master limited partnerships (MLPs) are benefiting from a rebound in oil prices - and offer an interesting option for yield-starved investors.

Kiplinger
Jul 07, 2021

Is Private Insurance the ‘New Kid on the Block'?
For businesses worried about covering themselves for enterprise risks that are unexpected or even unthinkable, Private Insurance can offer some protection, along with a possible investment opportunity.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

It May Be Unsexy, But This One Asset Class Is Critical to Any Financial Plan
You can't afford to forget about cash when planning for your wealth. Here are some guidelines to help manage this often-overlooked asset class.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

How to Beat Inflation and Reduce Risk at the Same Time
Retirees and pre-retirees are vulnerable to both market losses and inflation, so what can they do? Start by splitting your savings among three buckets: Safety, Safety Plus Growth and Growth.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

Stock Market Today: Amazon Lifts Nasdaq to Another Record Close
Weak services data clipped win streaks in the Dow and S&P 500, but a big move by Amazon.com (AMZN) kept the Nasdaq in the green.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

11 Best Growth Stocks for the Rest of 2021
Growth stocks have started to pick up momentum of late. These 11 names are worth a closer look in 2021's second half.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

Assessing the Risks of International Travel
Data on COVID cases and vaccination rates can help you determine if your international destination is safe.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

SPACs 101: What Is a SPAC, And How Does It Work?
Why the buzz around special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs)? Here's everything you need to know about these "blank-check" firms.

Kiplinger
Jul 06, 2021

What to Expect Traveling in a Post-COVID World
As the pandemic recedes, the travel industry is booming. Here's what you should know before booking your trip.

Kiplinger
Jul 03, 2021

When Will Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments Arrive?
Parents have been waiting for the 2021 child tax credit payments since March. Here's when you can expect them to arrive in your bank account each month.

Kiplinger
Jul 03, 2021

When Will Your Next Monthly Child Tax Credit Payment Arrive?
The IRS has already sent one batch of advance child tax credit payments. Here's when you can expect the rest of your payments to be issued.

Kiplinger
Jul 03, 2021

Is the Stock Market Closed for the Fourth of July in 2021?
Independence Day falls on a Sunday in 2021, so the bond and stock markets will enjoy a long holiday weekend. Here's a look at the markets' holiday hours.

Kiplinger
Jul 03, 2021

First Child Tax Credit Payments to Arrive on Thursday
Monthly child tax credit payments were authorized four months ago. The first round of payments will start this week.

Kiplinger
Jul 03, 2021

First Child Tax Credit Payments to Arrive Today
Monthly child tax credit payments were authorized four months ago. The first round of payments start on July 15.

Kiplinger
Jul 02, 2021

Stock Market Today: Records Crumble as Wall Street Cheers Jobs Report
The Dow finally rejoined the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in setting record territory after Friday's June jobs report triggered a broad rally.

Kiplinger
Jul 02, 2021

How to Invest in Cannabis (Without Buying Cannabis Stocks)
Ancillary companies provide cannabis businesses with materials, technology and services without ever "touching" the plant.

Kiplinger
Jul 02, 2021

The Benefits of Serving on a Board in Retirement
Landing a board seat for a nonprofit or a corporation is a great way to utilize the skills you learned during your career while doing something that's fulfilling.

Kiplinger
Jul 02, 2021

7 Materials Stocks Analysts Love the Most
The materials sector tends to shine in the early stages of economic expansion. Here's a list of the best materials stocks as we enter the second half of 2021, according to the pros.

Kiplinger
Jul 02, 2021

PODCAST: How to Get a Car Deal in a Crazy Market with Karl Brauer
As used car values soar, the old rules of how to get the best price still hold. Also, in the stock market, value stocks pull a rotation move on growth.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

Stock Market Today: S&P Sets Another New High to Kick Off Q3
The broad-market index carved out its 35th record of 2021.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

The Danger with Commingled Assets in a Divorce
It can be a big problem for wealthy couples and those who have been married a long time: What happens when the boundary between separate assets and marital assets gets blurred?

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

3 Things You Can Do Now to Cut Your Taxes in Retirement
Taxes may be one of your biggest expenses in retirement, and they could be on the rise in the coming years. So take action now to minimize them when you retire. Here are three steps to consider.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

Good News for the Newly Divorced: 4 Ways to Achieve Financial Independence Now
You've got a fresh start, so make lemonade out of lemons with these helpful financial tips.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

Potential Tax Changes Pressure Business Owners to Make Big Decisions
With the possibility of tax increases on the horizon, some business owners may be considering pushing up their plans to sell or transition their companies. Here are some things they should think about first.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

Philanthropists Should Encourage Greater Giving - Not Force the Issue
Donor-advised funds have done a lot of people a lot of good, but some argue that the way they work needs to change. But why fix what isn't broken?

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

7 Sizzling Semiconductor Stocks to Buy
Demand for chips is growing by leaps and bounds - especially amid a global shortage. Here are the best semiconductor stocks to take advantage.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

7 Sizzling Semiconductor Stocks to Consider Investing In
Demand for chips is growing by leaps and bounds - especially amid a global shortage. Here are the best semiconductor stocks to take advantage.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

Proactive Moves for the Wealthy to Consider Ahead of Possible Tax Law Changes
The tax landscape could be changing considerably in the near future, and these changes could affect high-net-worth families and their heirs. But there are a few steps they can take to minimize the potential impact.

Kiplinger
Jul 01, 2021

The Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks for Retirees
Unfortunately, seniors often miss tax-saving opportunities that are available to them. Don't let that happen to you!

Kiplinger
Jun 30, 2021

Why the Bitcoin Craze Is Just Another Fad
You've heard the buzz about Bitcoin, and you want in. Really? Why? Is it because you understand and believe in the long-term value of cryptocurrency, or is this merely the fear of missing out talking? Here are some warning signs I see to stay away from Bitcoin.

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