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Kiplinger
May 11, 2021

Stock Market Today: Big Tech Bounce Can't Save Dow
Tech stocks looked primed for another disastrous session Tuesday, but the Nasdaq managed to rebound to marginal losses. The Dow? Not so much.

Kiplinger
May 11, 2021

5 Pick-and-Shovel Solar Stocks for the Green Energy Gold Rush
With a progressive administration focused on climate change, these five solar stocks could be worth a closer look for investors.

Kiplinger
May 11, 2021

Get Weekly Dividends With SoFi's New WKLY ETF
The fresh-faced SoFi Weekly Dividend ETF (WKLY) ups the ante on dividend frequency by paying its investors every seven days.

Kiplinger
May 11, 2021

Pros and Cons of Getting a Tax Extension
You can easily extend your tax return due date from May 17 to October 15…but should you?

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

How the Social Security Earnings Test May Affect Your Retirement
If you start taking Social Security benefits before your full retirement age and decide to continue working, you need to understand how the earnings test works.

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

Stock Market Today: Nasdaq's Plunge Overshadows Dow's Flirtation With 35K
The Nasdaq suffered its worst decline in roughly two months Monday as investors continued their rotation out of growth.

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

HSA Contribution Limits for 2022 Are Out
The IRS released the contribution limits, annual deductibles for health plans, and out-of-pocket expense limits for 2022 health savings accounts.

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

Families with Dependent Care FSAs Get Good News from the IRS
You'll still get a tax break if you carried over unused amounts from your dependent care flexible spending account from 2020 to 2021.

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

10 High-Risk, Low-Rated Stocks to Avoid
With markets a little "toppy" these days, here are 10 S&P 500 stocks that quants have flagged as risky investment opportunities right now.

Kiplinger
May 10, 2021

Tax Tips for Last-Minute Filing
As you scramble to beat the May 17 tax return filing deadline, here are some pointers to bring your stress level down.

Kiplinger
May 09, 2021

The Odds Say Long-Term Care May Be in Your Future: Are You Prepared?
There are options other than long-term care insurance, so it's a good idea to examine your options sooner rather than later.

Kiplinger
May 09, 2021

Is an Annuity a Good Choice for You? Questions to Ask
Find out if you're a good candidate for an annuity, and if so, which kind you might want to consider.

Kiplinger
May 08, 2021

7 Money-Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund
Since this year's tax deadline was pushed back to May 17, many people are just now filing their tax return. That means there are a lot of tax refunds yet to be cashed and spent.

Kiplinger
May 08, 2021

8 Money-Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund
Since this year's tax deadline was pushed back to May 17, many people are just now filing their tax return. That means there are a lot of tax refunds yet to be cashed and spent.

Kiplinger
May 07, 2021

Your Daughter Will Thank You for Teaching Her These 5 Financial Lessons
On her first Mother's Day as an expectant mom, a financial adviser shares five fantastic reasons to teach our daughters about finances, along with specific tips on how to go about it.

Kiplinger
May 07, 2021

6 Things to Consider If You Are a Strong, Independent (and Single) Woman
Lessons from my own 20s as a single woman for help getting ahead financially, staying ahead and living the life that you really want.

Kiplinger
May 06, 2021

5 Ways to Make Sane Investments When Everyone Else Is Crazy
When grandmas and Uber drivers are boasting about profiting on Bitcoin and SPACs, don't get sucked in to the hype. Here's how to make sure your investments are based on reality.

Kiplinger
May 06, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Hits Record, Nasdaq Snaps Skid After Late Push
A sharp drop in unemployment claims had the Dow poised for another record, but an afternoon push got the Nasdaq into the black, too.

Kiplinger
May 06, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Rise as Jarring Jobs Miss Cools Taper Talk
The Dow and S&P 500 ended the week at new highs after a big nonfarm payrolls miss eased anxiety the Fed will tighten the purse strings.

Kiplinger
May 06, 2021

5 Steps to Start Investing as a New Mom
New moms typically are maxed out from a time standpoint, but you can start investing for you and your baby with just a few minutes here and there.

Kiplinger
May 06, 2021

NFTs: What Are They, And How Do They Work?
The NFT market is growing at an exponential rate. But what exactly is an NFT? Here we take a closer look at one of the investing world's emerging fancies.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

What's Your Strategy for Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits?
Deciding when to start taking your Social Security benefits can have significant financial consequences. Here are some of the factors you should think through.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

5 Mind-Altering Wealth Strategies for Successful Business Owners
Your company is a tool for building wealth. Learn how to develop your mindset to catapult you to the next level of financial success just by changing how you think and behave.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Ekes Out Record, Nasdaq Retreats Again
Energy and materials stocks led the way Wednesday as good (albeit not great) economic data was enough to push the Dow to new highs.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

13 Stocks Activist Investors Are Buying
Poorly managed companies may not be on everyone's radar, but they're top picks for activist investors looking to boost shareholder value.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates End Their Marriage, But Their Inspiration Lives on
Their shared commitment to giving inspired others — including me — to give big, too. I formed the non-profit Savvy Ladies to help women take financial control of their lives. No matter what the Gates divorce brings, I'm sure their important charitable work will continue, as will mine.

Kiplinger
May 05, 2021

From Bitcoin to GameStop to SPACs: 8 Tips for Mania Investing
It's true, there is money to made (or lost!) in crazy stock trends, and it can be exciting. So, sometimes it's OK to jump on the bandwagon … as long as you follow these rules of thumb to limit the madness.

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

Are You Still Chasing the Almighty Dollar, Even Though You Have Plenty to Retire?
In our experience, many have saved enough money to retire comfortably. Yet too many worry about their money running out and want more. Maybe it's time to ask yourself "How Much Is Enough?"

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

Stock Market Today: Rate Fears Send Tech Tumbling
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen put a little fear of future Fed rate hikes into investors, sparking an exodus Tuesday in the FAANGs and other tech names.

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

Dogecoin's a Joke. Don't Make Yourself the Punchline.
Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency that literally began as a joke, has shushed some doubters with a meteoric rise. But the bears could have the last laugh.

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

Taxes, Taxes and More Taxes
In light of the recent proposals by President Biden and Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chris Van Hollen, here's what could be coming and some ideas on how to plan for it.

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

Umbrella Insurance - Do I Need It?
You might think your home and auto insurance offer more than enough coverage, but if you're wrong, one very bad day could wipe out your wealth. That's what an umbrella policy is designed to prevent.

Kiplinger
May 04, 2021

9 Tax Deadlines for May 17 (It's Not Just the Due Date for Your Tax Return)
Between due dates for extension requests, IRA or HSA contributions, and other deadlines, there's more to do by May 17 than just filing your federal income tax return.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

Why Today's Retirees Need to Pursue Tax-Minimization Strategies
IRAs are the name of the game for today's retirees. While they come with helpful tax breaks for savers, pulling money out in retirement comes with major tax consequences — which could get much more serious if taxes rise in the future. But there are things you can do about that.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

What Is a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange?
If you have real estate investments, you've probably heard of the term, but you may not have a full understanding of what this valuable tax-deferral move can accomplish for you or how it works. Read on for some key terms and tips.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Leads in a Mixed May Start for Stocks
The "rotation trade" popped its head back up Monday, as the Dow advanced and the Nasdaq slipped to start the new month.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

Saver's Credit: A Retirement Tax Break for the Middle Class
Your retirement contributions could be the key to a lower tax bill.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

10 Dividend Growth Stocks You Can Count On
What should investors prioritize in dividend growth stocks? A history of aggressive payout expansion, and the ability to generate enough cash to keep the hikes coming.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

How NFL Draftees Can Avoid Going Broke
It's an all-too-common fate for many — but it's avoidable with a little planning, according to a financial planner specializing in helping professional athletes who has seen it all.

Kiplinger
May 03, 2021

3 Reasons Not to Fear the Biden Tax Hikes
A lot of people are getting all worked up over President Biden's plan to raise taxes. Here are some reasons to chill.

Kiplinger
May 01, 2021

4 Potential Problems with Equity Compensation, and How to Solve Them
Anyone who receives stock options, restricted stock units or other forms of equity compensation needs to understand how they work and how they are taxed. Otherwise, you could miss out on a great opportunity, or get hit with a surprise bill.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

The Consequences of Gray Divorce
Divorce has financial consequences for everyone, no matter what your age. But for those 50 and up, there are some special circumstances that make divorce more complicated and potentially more costly.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Sag Despite Slew of Earnings Beats
Amazon.com (AMZN) and Twitter (TWTR) added to a pile of Q1 earnings beats Friday, but the major indexes all hit the skids.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

Berkshire's Annual Meeting: What to Expect From Buffett & Co.
Potential questions Buffett and Munger might face during Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting Saturday could include everything from bank stocks to Bitcoin to share buybacks.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

10 Super-Safe Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
Want to have your cake and eat it, too? Here are 10 safe dividend stocks that have a strong history of boosting cash payouts to shareholders.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

The 25 Best Stocks of President Biden's First 100 Days
From a market perspective, President Joe Biden is having one of the best first 100 days in the postwar era. These 25 stocks are the hottest of the lot.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

The Best and Worst Presidents (According to the Stock Market)
Which American presidents oversaw the best stock market performances? Just for grins, let's see what a 'stock market Mount Rushmore' might look like.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

The Challenges and Joys for Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Grandparents, who are unexpectedly caring for grandchildren, face a number of legal and financial obstacles. It's essential they seek out support.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

American Century Small Cap Value (ASVIX) Joins the Kiplinger 25
American Century's small-cap-focused ASVIX consistently delivers high returns with average risk, and bears little resemblance to its benchmark.

Kiplinger
Apr 30, 2021

IRS Extends Tax Deadlines for Alabama and Kentucky Storm Victims
Following FEMA's recent disaster declaration for severe storms in Alabama and Kentucky, victims of the storms in those states get more time to file and pay taxes.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

9 Ways to Fail Miserably at Office Politics
Successfully navigating the workplace takes social skills as well as job smarts. To get ahead, make sure you avoid these nine office politics blunders.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

10 Ways to Fail Miserably at Office Politics
Successfully navigating the workplace takes social skills as well as job smarts. To get ahead, make sure you avoid these 10 office politics blunders.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

Stock Market Today: Booming GDP Growth Triggers Another S&P Record
America's first-quarter economic growth eclipsed Kiplinger estimates, and jobless claims came in lower, too, helping spark more gains across the market Thursday.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

The Benefits of Working Longer
Delaying retirement for a couple of years—or even a few months—is the most effective way to improve your retirement security.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

Stimulus Plan Has Health Insurance Benefits, Too
The plan's health care provisions could deliver big savings for early retirees and laid-off workers.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

Our "K-Shaped," Uneven Economic Recovery
Confidence is key to the recovery, but the sentiment depends on consumers' financial circumstances.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

The Virtues of Volunteering
To find your niche, focus on activities that pique your interest, and don't overcommit.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

Meet the Stock Market's New Investors
A new wave of mostly young and fearless individual investors is taking the stock market by storm.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

Getting a Used Car Deal in a Tight Market
Cars are scarce and prices have gone up. Use these strategies to find the best values.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

How Might Archegos' $10 Billion in Losses Affect Your Retirement?
Could derivatives cause the next financial crisis like they did in 2008? I'm seeing some very troubling signs.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

7 Ways Biden Plans to Tax the Rich (And Maybe Some Not-So-Rich People)
How would wealthier Americans pay more in taxes under President Biden's American Families Plan? Let us count the ways.

Kiplinger
Apr 29, 2021

More Monthly Child Credit Payments, Higher Child Care Credit, and Other Tax Breaks in Biden's Latest Plan
President Biden's American Families Plan extends several popular tax credits that benefit low-income and middle-class families.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

What Happens to Your Digital Assets When You Die?
Those special photos, memorable emails and your stash of cryptocurrency could be forever lost if you don't have a plan for how to transfer them to your loved ones.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

The Disturbing Conflicts of Interest in Target Date Funds
Are you one of the 40 million folks who has a target date fund in your 401(k)? It could be costing you 21% in returns over the course of your career, according to a study by three professors from INSEAD, Villanova University and Michigan State.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Stock Market Today: Powell's Presser Pumps the Market's Brakes
The Federal Reserve expectedly kept rates near zero Wednesday, but Fed Chair Jerome Powell's ensuing commentary took traders for a small whirl.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Biden Hopes to Eliminate Stepped-Up Basis for Millionaires
As part of his American Families Plan, President Biden wants to change the way capital assets are taxed when you die.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Ark Innovation ETF Delivers a Bumpy Ride
Some of the fund's growth stocks, including Tesla, suffered recently as investors turned toward value-priced shares.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Buffered ETFs Can Limit Your Losses
The catch: You'll give up some gains in return.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Sell in May and Go Away? Here We Go Again ...
Every year, "sell in May and go away" is dragged out for show like Punxsutawney Phil. Should you follow this advice in 2021? As always, it depends.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

‘Zombie' Mortgages Come Back to Haunt Property Owners after Great Recession
A letter from a law firm arrives out of the blue, warning that you could lose your house over a mortgage you thought was long dead. It's happening all of the country, and here's what to do if it happens to you.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

How Does the Average Investor Invest Rationally in an Irrational World?
My own children's experiences and all that's happened with Bitcoin and GameStop recently got me thinking: Investors need to keep their greed in check and make sure they're investing, not gambling.

Kiplinger
Apr 28, 2021

Now Is the Time to Protect Your Health Care Decision-Making Rights
Ensuring that your wishes on your medical care are followed is up to you. Take action now while you're well, or you could lose a say in the matter during a crucial time later.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

Biden Wants to Extend the $3,600 Child Tax Credit Through 2025
If President Biden's proposal is enacted, eligible families could receive monthly payments for years.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

Stock Market Today: Tesla, UPS Dominate Full Day of Earnings Moves
Tesla (TSLA) sank Tuesday despite reporting record profits while UPS (UPS) popped on a strong earnings beat. The broader indexes did a lot less moving, though.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

Dividend Increases: 15 Stocks Announcing Massive Hikes
Looking for more than token dividend increases? Consider this list of 15 companies announcing substantial payout hikes over the past few months.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

35 Ways to Earn Up to 10% on Your Money
Yields are beginning to lift off. We found great deals for every level of risk.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

3 Money ‘Musts' for Every One of Us, Inspired by Financial Literacy Month
Now more than ever, those preparing for retirement need to understand their finances and the impact their decisions have on their financial future. Here are three money rules we all should be living by. Are you?

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

Is Your Financial Plan Ready for Higher Taxes?
The best plans anticipate what's to come, and right now it's looking more and more likely that the future could hold higher taxes, especially for the wealthy. Here's what might be on the horizon, and a look at some ideas to help prepare for it.

Kiplinger
Apr 27, 2021

What ‘Non-Financial Assets' Should Be Included in Your Estate Plan?
When you organize your will, trust and legal documents, don't forget about your memories, values, traditions, philanthropic vision, key skills and beliefs.

Kiplinger
Apr 26, 2021

7 Financial Education Tips Kids Won't Learn in School
Preparing your child (or grandchild) for a lifetime of financial independence starts with these seven money and investment lessons.

Kiplinger
Apr 26, 2021

The Charitable Advantage of Donor-Advised Funds
Donor-advised funds are a simple way for anyone to give back: You don't have to be older or wealthy to take part and make a difference.

Kiplinger
Apr 26, 2021

Stock Market Today: Nasdaq, S&P 500 Hit New Highs to Start Packed Trading Week
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 made their way into record territory Monday on the back of strong performances by chipmakers and energy stocks.

Kiplinger
Apr 26, 2021

Veteran Financial Advice to the NFL's New "Overnight Millionaires"
As the NFL Draft looms, Kiplinger.com contributing editor and NFL linebacker Brandon Copeland offers guidance to those about to receive a boatload of cash.

Kiplinger
Apr 26, 2021

5 Cybersecurity Stocks to Lock Up Growth
With a boost in global security spending expected this year, these five cybersecurity stocks could be worth a closer look.

Kiplinger
Apr 24, 2021

Go Worldwide With T. Rowe Price Global Allocation
This one-stop fund provides instant diversification.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Swing Higher on Strong Economic Data
An upbeat report on new home sales helped fuel an impressive rebound for stocks today.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

Get Dividends Every Month
The idea is to assemble 12 stocks with alternating distribution dates, so you never wait long for cash.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

18 Dirt-Cheap Index Funds to Buy
Expense ratios for index funds have declined in recent years, making them an attractive low-cost investing strategy to consider.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

7 Ways to Utilize Your Life Insurance Policy's Cash Value
If you no longer need life insurance, don't just cancel the policy and cash out. Instead, consider one of these strategies to capitalize on its value while minimizing taxes.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

Worst Things to Keep in Your Wallet
Storing your passport book or card, a spare key, or any of these other important items in your wallet leaves you open to identity theft -- or worse.

Kiplinger
Apr 23, 2021

Legal Advice for Parents with Kids in That ‘Awkward Stage' of Semi-Adulthood
Your child is over 18 and legally an adult, but still your dependent. Say he's away at school and is in a car crash. Would you have the right to talk with his doctors or deal with his bills? You need the proper paperwork in place to make sure of it.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Confessions of a Timeshare Scammer
A man who used to scam timeshare owners with fictional offers to buy them out comes clean with some inside information. And a lawyer specializing in helping those with debts they can't pay has some reassuring advice for those struggling to cover their maintenance fees.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Waiting for Fixed Annuity Rates to Rise Doesn't Pay
If you like the guaranteed rates and tax deferral that fixed annuities offer, but you want to wait because you're hoping rates will improve, think again. Here's why keeping too much in cash while you wait puts you behind … and you may never catch up.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Retirement Income Plan - Better Than a Pension?
A pension's security is reassuring, but there are some advantages to creating your own plan for retirement income using income allocation planning instead of relying on your employer to provide a major source of your income during retirement.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Biden to Propose Capital Gains Tax Hike
The president is expected to include a capital gains tax increase for millionaires in his soon-to-be-released American Families Plan.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Biden Calls for Capital Gains Tax Hike
As expected, President Biden included a capital gains tax increase for millionaires in his American Families Plan.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

COVID-19 and Retirement Planning: 5 Actions to Take Now
As our nation's health situation and economy continue settling down in the wake of the pandemic, it's time to re-evaluate where you are now and where you want to be headed going forward.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

Stock Market Today: Threat of Capital Gains Tax Hike Thumps Stocks
A Thursday report that President Biden was set to propose a capital gains tax increase on the wealthiest Americans short-circuited optimism over jobs progress.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

4 Ways to Use Mobile Wallets
Beyond contactless payments, mobile wallets let you send money to a friend, get cash-back rewards and more.

Kiplinger
Apr 22, 2021

5 Mortgage REITs for a Yield-Starved Market
Mortgage REITs took their lumps in the COVID downturn, but any mREIT trading today is a survivor. Here are five high-yield options that are still on the battlefield.

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