WASHINGTON (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
KIPLINGER.COM'S MAGAZINE CENTER
An Editor's Life
States Scramble to Pay the Bills
Decoding Wall Street's Ratings
Should We Walk Out on Our Mortgage?
Save Money and Time at the Grocery
When it Comes to Your Cash, Think Safety
Profit From the Fantastic Four
We found 26 stocks, funds and exchange-traded funds that key in on the fast-growing BRIC nations - Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Stocks to Buy Before the Recovery http://www.kiplinger.com/magazine/archives/2008/08/stocks_ to_buy_now.html
The market usually takes off before the economy picks up. So buy sooner rather than later.
Plus: Remember the Little Guys
Is Bill Miller Toast? By Russel Kinnel
Earnings Never Go Out of Style
Wall Street can't seem to figure out Jos. A. Bank. But business is good and the stock is cheap.
Bet Against Bonds
Four funds that profit when prices fall.
Three Low-Risk Bargain Stocks
The manager of a stellar small-company fund likes his stocks safe and cheap.
Beat High Prices
How to Inflation-Proof Your Portfolio
Cut Costs With Cards That Pay You Back
Online Help for Military Families
Save Thousands on Your Medical Bills
Retiree Tax Heaven (and Hell)
A Break on Health Insurance for Young People
What It Takes to Get a Mortgage Now
Vacation Homes on Sale
Four Questions to Ask When Buying a Second Home
Five IRS Rules for Renting Out Your Vacation Home
Blended Family Finances
Drive Time: Junk Your Gas Guzzler?
(Due to the length of some of the URLs above they may need to be copied/pasted into your Internet browser's address field. Remove the extra space if one exists.)
Kiplinger.com (http://www.kiplinger.com) offers the same great advice that appears in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, plus additional features that include interactive tools and calculators, daily personal finance features, stock and mutual fund quotes, Web-only columns offering timely insights into today's trends, personal finance tutorials, and up-to-the-minute business news from the new Kiplinger Business Resource Center. Founded in 1920 by W.M. Kiplinger, the Kiplinger organization developed one of the nation's first successful newsletters in modern times. In 1947, the company launched the nation's first personal finance magazine, Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Recently, the Kiplinger organization was named one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" List by Ethisphere Magazine, and was nominated a 2007 finalist in the MINs Best of the Web awards for the redesign/relaunch of Kiplinger.com.