WASHINGTON (PRWEB) October 14, 2008
KIPLINGER.COM'S MAGAZINE CENTER
The Fannie Mae Trap
Bad Decisions in Bad Economic Times
Appraising the Home Appraisers
Why Should Seniors Get the Discounts?
Know When to Fold
A Tax Hat Trick for Health Accounts
Perks Galore for Home Buyers
The Tax Plans: Who Wins and Who Loses
Two Ways to Extend Health Insurance
Improving Your Odds
We'll Drink to That
7 Great Companies for $7 or Less
We think these stocks are under priced and undervalued, and could make you money down the road.
Best of the Online Brokers
Fidelity, with a wide array of investment choices and a terrific Web site, takes top honors
Invest with Your friends
Pay Less Tax on Your Funds
How to avoid or postpone the tax on capital gains, and the funds that can help you do it.
Beat the Rush to the Banks
The stocks are still risky, but a comeback is around the corner.
This year's best newbies, by Russel Kinnel.
Those Bargain-Hunter Blues
Value investing is being put to the test. Yet some sharp managers have stayed on key.
Swim Among the Water Stocks
Profit from companies that help purify and transport an increasingly precious liquid asset.
Riding the Wave Up Overseas
Tocqueville International Value fund invests wherever misery is at its crest.
Getting the Best Financial Advice
Personal Service from Mass Merchants?
A Teacher's Retirement Plan Flunks
Plug Your Home's Costly Leaks
SLIDE SHOW: What You Could Save on Home Energy Costs
Mom I Dropped My Laptop
Credit Card Q&A: Should I Cancel My 0% Card?
A Tax Break for Insurance Stock
Ask Kim: Target Funds Fly Solo
Live Debt Free
SLIDE SHOW: 4 Steps to Stay in Control of Debt
SLIDE SHOW: 5 Ways to Dig Out of Debt
What Kind of Spender Are You? PLUS: Take the Quiz
Confessions of a Debt Collector
What to Do Before Your Loan Resets
SLIDE SHOW: Simple Tech
DRIVE TIME: It's All About the MPG
LOWDOWN: What You Need to Know About Your Health Policy
MY STORY: Scrambling to Avoid Foreclosure
Business Resource Center
Employers to Shed More Jobs
Beef Up Bottom Lines with Commuting Programs
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