Written to help you do a better job of managing your personal and family financial affairs and to help you get more for your money. You get ideas on saving, investing, cutting taxes, making major purchases, advancing your career, buying a home, paying for education, health care and travel, plus much, much more. Special issues cover the latest information about car buying (December) and Mutual Funds (March and September).
Support for Our Nation’s Veterans
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
A DISAPPEARING TAX DEDUCTION • High earners will be required to put their catch-up contributions in a Roth 401(k). That’s not a bad idea.
CREDIT CARD REWARDS ARE SAFE FOR NOW • Legislation that could curb rewards has stalled, but it’s always a good time to maximize cash back and points.
IS IT A GOOD TIME TO CASH IN YOUR I BONDS? • As inflation eases, investors are redeeming their I bonds and putting the money elsewhere.
A STEP FORWARD FOR CRYPTO ETFs • INFORMATION ABOUT THE MARKETS AND YOUR MONEY
Reining in Medicare Drug Costs
Lights Out on Incandescent Bulbs
NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR EUROPEAN TRAVEL
MASTER THE WORLD OF INDEXING • Use baskets of stocks and bonds to build the best portfolio for you.
ETF or Mutual Fund?
THE KIPLINGER ESG 20 ESG STOCKS AND FUNDS: ON THE DEFENSIVE • Our favorite stocks and funds focused on environmental, social or corporate governance issues have survived a tough year.
What Warren Buffett Is Up To • Berkshire Hathaway sold more stocks than it bought in the second quarter.
A Good Time to Reach for Yield
CONSUMERS ARE STILL STRONG
This holiday season give the gift of financial security. • Share the best with your clients, colleagues, or loved ones.
BE PATIENT WITH COMMODITIES
A Case for Health Care Stocks
A VALUE PROPOSITION • This fund looks for bargain-priced stocks.
SMART STRATEGIES FOR OPEN ENROLLMENT • Many employers are shielding workers from hefty increases in health insurance premiums, but it pays to review your options carefully.
Make the Most of a Tax-Advantaged HSA
Singles: You Can Afford to Retire
KEEP YOUR CREDIT CARDS ACTIVE
THE ALLURE OF RETIRING ABROAD • Low-cost health care, relaxed residency requirements and a high quality of life have made overseas retirement more attractive than ever. But expats have some financial complexities to navigate.
THE LOWDOWN ON STOCK SPLITS • The market seems to love it when a company splits its shares. But should you?
Welcome to Splitsville • The stocks below have recently split. More important is their bullish outlooks. Prices and returns are as of August 31.
Managing Adoption Costs • Adopting a child can be expensive, but subsidies and tax breaks are available.
WHY YOU NEED A POWER OF ATTORNEY • A time may come when you can’t make health and financial decisions on your own.
GREAT WAYS TO USE $1,000
GIVING BACK TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVE • This group offers financial and career help to military members and veterans.