The theme of the June issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance is what to do about your money in the time of the coronavirus and a distressed economy.
The June issue of Kiplinger's Retirement Report explains the pros and cons of telehealth technology, why 2020 is a great year for a Roth conversion, and answers questions about stimulus money and taxes.
The April 17 issue of The Kiplinger Tax Letter answers readers' questions about the many tax law changes Congress recently made, including on stimulus rebates and retirement plan rules.
The April 2020 Kiplinger's Investing for Income cover story gave readers practical tips for managing in the short term, right after the worst is over, and into next year. The issue also explained the turmoil in bonds, utilities and REITs and properly advised patience and quality.
The April 3, 2020 Kiplinger Tax Letter reviews all of the federal tax changes included in the most recent federal stimulus law that affect individuals and business, as well as relief given by the IRS in response to the coronavirus emergency.
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