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Kiplinger
Aug 03, 2021

I Sold My Business … Now What?
The rich cash infusion that comes from selling a business can create a liquidity conundrum that's a challenge to manage.

Kiplinger
Aug 03, 2021

The Liquidity Conundrum: I Sold My Business … Now What?
The rich cash infusion that comes from selling a business can be a challenge to manage.

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow Stumbles After Sprinting Out of the Blocks
Weak economic data sent the Dow and S&P 500 to small losses on Monday, though the Nasdaq managed a marginal gain.

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

The 10 "Real" Richest Counties in the U.S.
People living in the richest counties in America enjoy high incomes without the heavy cost pressures that usually come with them.

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

The "Real" Cost of Buying a Home
Kiplinger contributing editor and Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brandon Copeland discusses the laundry list of extra costs involved in buying a home.

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

15 Home Features Today's Buyers Want Most
Thinking about selling your house? Here are 15 home features potential buyers are coveting right now.

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

Can Under Armour (UAA) Turn In Another Earnings Beat?
Our preview of the upcoming week's earnings reports includes Under Armour (UAA) and Etsy (ETSY).

Kiplinger
Aug 02, 2021

7 Ways to Prepare for Higher Taxes
The tax climate is changing, and your retirement planning strategies could use some tweaks to stay on top of the situation.

Kiplinger
Aug 01, 2021

Don't Automatically Annuitize an Annuity - Shop Around First
Converting a deferred annuity to a lifetime income annuity can be a great move, but it pays to shop the market instead of routinely annuitizing with the same company.

Kiplinger
Aug 01, 2021

Retiring in the Next 5 Years? Make These Five Decisions Now
These five moves could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra income over the course of your retirement.

Kiplinger
Jul 31, 2021

Will Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments Lower Your Tax Refund or Raise Your Tax Bill?
Everyone loves receiving large sums of money from Uncle Sam. But people who take advance child tax payments may take a hit on next year's tax refund.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Retreat After Amazon Revenue Miss
The major indexes all logged solid July gains, though, with the S&P 500 bringing its monthly win streak to six.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

10 High-Return Stocks That Continue to Deliver
Investors taking a longer-term view of growth should check out this list of high-return stocks that have a history of delivering outsized gains.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

10 High-Return Stocks That Should Keep Delivering
Longer-term investors might be familiar with these high-return stocks from the past few years. And good news: They have plenty left in the tank.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

Don't Want Another Child Tax Credit Payment? Opt-Out by August 2
The next deadline for opting out of the monthly child credit payments is approaching fast. Use the IRS's Child Tax Credit Update Portal to unenroll.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

Don't Want Another Child Tax Credit Payment? Opt-Out by Midnight Tonight
The next deadline for opting out of the monthly child credit payments is here. Use the IRS's Child Tax Credit Update Portal to unenroll today.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

School's Out for Summer … But Tuition Is Back in the Fall
Giving the gift of education never goes out of style. Here are some different options for helping out the young person in your life.

Kiplinger
Jul 30, 2021

Are You Itching for an Earlier-Than-Expected Retirement?
Lots of folks are pulling the rip cord on their careers sooner than they had initially planned. Before you rush to join them, make sure you are really ready to retire by answering these fundamental questions about spending and income.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Long-Term Rates Will Edge Higher
Yields on bank savings accounts will stay low. Home mortgage rates will remain affordable.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

How to Win in a Red-Hot Housing Market
Whether you're a buyer or a seller, these strategies will help you get the best deal.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

How to Give a First-Time Home Buyer a Hand
With home prices soaring, newbies may need financial help from their family. Here's how to do it right.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P 500 Back Atop the Mountain
More stellar earnings and a glass-is-half-full view of GDP and unemployment data helped drive stocks to fresh highs Thursday.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Readers Find Some Weird Winners
Most of the time, I find flaws in offbeat investments with high distributions. But sometimes oddities have their day of glory.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

I Still Like the Trillion-Dollar Stocks
Unlike the highfliers of the late 1990s, these trillionaires make tons of money.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

How to Play the High-Yield Rally
Junk bonds have been on a tear, so this fund has shifted to defense.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Raymond James: Facebook (FB) Stock Is a Buy, Growth Worries and All
FB stock slumps as the social media company warns about second-half growth, but Raymond James remains bullish.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

How to Profit From ETFs
Exchange-traded funds aren't new, but they're still red-hot. Here's a detailed look at why you should consider these investment vehicles, both for your stock and bond allocations.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Kip ETF 20: The Best Cheap ETFs You Can Buy
Build a solid core for your portfolio and explore new opportunities with our favorite low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Exercise Saves Seniors Money on Health Care
Adults who increase their physical activity pay hundreds less per year for health care, a new study shows.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

How Patients with Lasting Symptoms of COVID Can Apply for Disability
Those who can no longer work because of COVID-19 may qualify for these benefits but the approval process can be a difficult road.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Older Adults Battle Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
Seniors are more likely to suffer from long COVID, and it's unclear when, or even if, they will fully recover.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Retirement Can Keep You Busy
Your lives are filled with jobs, creative ventures and intellectual enjoyment.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

COVID Sparked a Surge of Generosity
One big focus among donors: charities that address food insecurity.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Fidelity's FIGFX Makes the Case for Investing Overseas
Fidelity International Growth fund tends to thrive during stretches of market uncertainty.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Find Health Insurance You Can Afford
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate for twenty-somethings has plummeted.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Make a Plan to Start Repaying Student Loans
The pandemic-era pause on student loan repayments is scheduled to end September 30. If you can't afford payments, you have options.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

Make a Shopping List for Stocks
Identifying candidates to buy before a market sell-off can help you execute a buy-the-dip plan.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

26 Things Home Buyers Will Hate About Your House
As a home seller, you don't want to let the small -- or big -- fixes around your house that have added up over the years sabotage your bottom line during a resale.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

13 Best Consumer Discretionary Stocks for the Rest of 2021
Consumer discretionary stocks have plenty of catalysts to drive them higher into year's end. Here are 13 picks to watch.

Kiplinger
Jul 29, 2021

OK Boomer vs. Avocado Toast: How to Talk Money Across Generations
It's time to quit the judgmental money blame game. Let's open up some healthy lines of communication instead. It's something that can benefit us all, and it can even be fun.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

Stock Market Today: Stocks Finish Mixed as Fed Stays the Course
The Federal Reserve kept interest rates at near-zero and seemed loath to taper asset purchases, giving stocks a small afternoon lift in an uneven Wednesday session.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

Plan Now for Long-Term Care
You could buy insurance to finance future costs, but policies are pricey. Here's how to decide whether you need coverage.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

How to Boost Your Financial Savvy
Women need to know how financial knowledge can help them take care of their families and themselves.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

Tying the Knot Post-Pandemic
This wedding planner is gearing up for a full fall season amid continuing concerns about safety.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

Empty Cubicles? Many Workers Want to Stay Home
Saving money is one reason employees prefer remote work.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

Wedbush: Apple (AAPL) Earnings a 'Gold Medal' Performance
Apple blew past its fiscal third-quarter results in what Wedbush's Dan Ives calls a "drop the mic" quarter, though AAPL stock hardly budged.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

5 Unwritten Rules to Know to Succeed at Your First Job
Landing that first job after college graduation isn't easy, and keeping it could be a challenge as well. The author of "The Unspoken Rules: Secrets to Starting Your Career Off Right" shares some important advice.

Kiplinger
Jul 28, 2021

2021 Estate Planning Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up to Date?
Every so often, it's smart to methodically go through your estate planning documents and see if any tweaks are needed. Here's a checklist to guide you through that mission.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

Stock Market Today: COVID, China Rattle the Rally
Fallout from a Chinese crackdown on private businesses, as well as reports the CDC would recommend mask usage indoors, pulled stocks from their recent highs Tuesday.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

32 Bankruptcy Filings Chalked Up to COVID-19
Bankruptcy filings triggered by COVID-19 difficulties continue to pile up. Here, we look at 32 big-name companies that sought out bankruptcy protection ... some of which are now on the comeback trail.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

9 Best Utility Stocks for the Remainder of 2021
Utility stocks are appealing because they're typically steady and dependable, with most paying dividends. Here are some top-rated ones to watch through year's end.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

10 States With the Highest Sales Taxes
When both state and local taxes are considered, you'll pay more sales tax when shopping in these states.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

Calculate Your Required Minimum Distribution From IRAs
Determine your mandatory RMDs from a traditional IRA.

Kiplinger
Jul 27, 2021

Do You Need a Financial Planner? 5 Points for and Against Hiring One
Some folks just don't need a financial professional, or may not be in a place to get the most value possible from the relationship. However, others can't afford to go without one. Which are you?

Kiplinger
Jul 26, 2021

Shield Your Portfolio From Inflation
Use our picks to hedge against rising prices that can eat into your investment returns.

Kiplinger
Jul 26, 2021

Stock Market Today: Major Indexes Quietly Etch New Highs
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all squeaked out fresh highs in a fairly quiet Monday session. Much more explosive was the cryptocurrency space.

Kiplinger
Jul 26, 2021

7 Best Communication Services Stocks for the Rest of 2021
Communication services stocks have done well in 2021, and this list of names could continue to see growth through year's end and beyond.

Kiplinger
Jul 26, 2021

3 Strategies to Avoid Running Out of Money in Retirement
For a financially sustainable retirement that could last 30 years or more, here are three ways to help manage your risks and avoid financial roadblocks in your golden years.

Kiplinger
Jul 26, 2021

Finally Visiting Aging Parents after the Pandemic? What to Do If They've Declined
After being apart for so long, it isn't uncommon to see some signs of a mental or physical decline. Take advantage of your happy reunion to help get your parents squared away, whether it's out-of-control bills or home tasks that are getting too much to handle.

Kiplinger
Jul 25, 2021

Guiding Your Company with Business Continuity Planning
As they say, if you fail to plan, you're planning to fail. And you don't want your business to fail, so get planning! Here are some concepts to keep in mind as you get started.

Kiplinger
Jul 25, 2021

Here's What to Do with the Money Left Behind in Old 401(k) Accounts
First off, don't lose track of it! You'd be surprised how many people forget about their old 401(k)s.

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.

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