Knight Kiplinger, Editor-in-Chief
Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine is the most trustworthy source of information available today on savings and investments, taxes, money management, home ownership and many other personal finance topics.
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Cover Story -- 6 Steps to Retire When You Want: If you hope to quit your job earlier rather than later, here are some practical tips to make it work.
Cover Story -- Great Ways to Spend or Invest $1,000. . . $10,000. . . $100,000: Finding yourself with an extra stash of cash -- whether it's a bonus, a gift, an inheritance or simply savings that have languished in a low-interest account -- is a nice problem to have. Consider our ideas for how to put that money to work.
Cover Story -- Where to Invest in 2017: The bull market is likely to celebrate its eighth birthday under the Trump presidency, but gains will again be middling.
Cover Story -- The Best List, 2016: Our annual roundup of top picks is a timely guide for every facet of your financial life: the most-promising investments, rewards cards with the biggest benefits, highest-yielding bank accounts, best bets in travel, phone plans for every profile, great ways to save on health care and more.
Cover Story -- 8 Ways to Be a Better Investor: Building a successful investing plan is like building a hero sandwich: Stick with basic ingredients and donít get too fancy.
Cover Story -- 7 Steps to Take in the Year Before You Retire: The most critical phase of retirement may just be the year before you leave your job. Use the time to get your plan squared away.
Cover Story -- 45 Fast Financial Fixes: Cut your cable bill. Get a better rewards card. Set up a budget. Plus 42 more! Itís amazing what you can do in just a few minutes.
Cover Story -- 12 Great Places to Retire for Good Health These cities give you opportunities to get fit, eat well, enrich your brain and sometimes simply kick back.
Cover Story -- Midyear Outlook: Investing in an Up-and-Down Market Stocks should end the year with modest gains. We show you how to boost your returns by focusing on value stocks and companies that raise their dividends.
Cover Story -- 41 Ways to Earn as Much as 11% on Your Money: Our picks range from safe bank accounts that pay 4.6% to risky closed-end funds and partnerships that deliver peak yields.
Cover Story -- 10 Ways to Make $1 Million: Our smart strategies will help you reach (or surpass) the seven-figure milestone.
Cover Story -- What Women Know: The secrets of women investors.
Cover Story -- Retire Rich: Follow our six steps to a carefree retirement.
Cover Story -- Great Ways to Spend $1,000: You'll be surprised at the power of what you can do with a grand.
Cover Story -- Where to Invest in 2016: Stocks are still the place to be, but brace yourself for a bumpy ride. Discover what you need to know in this special issue.
Cover Story -- The Best List, 2015: Use our winning picks as a shopping list for every facet of your financial life.
Cover Story -- How to Be a Better Investor: Use these strategies to stay cool, and even prosper, in uncertain markets.