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That's why The Kiplinger Letter doesn't report news. Instead, it anticipates and forecasts future business and economic developments, giving you valuable time to plan ahead.
Think of the weekly Letter as your personal business consultant, delivering insight and analysis on everything from how the economy will perform this year, to disruptive technologies on the horizon, to potential investment opportunities you should consider, or avoid.
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