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.
For nine decades, the Kiplinger organization has led the way in personal finance and business forecasting. Now ... Kiplinger's Personal Finance is among the Top Ten Most Trusted magazine brands, according to Affinity LLC's American Magazine Study. One of only 4 financial publications on the list, Kiplinger's is the only personal finance magazine to make the Top Ten. Other titles included Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
Our subscribers say the same. A reader in Washington says "This magazine has paid for itself many times over with its very simple, relevant financial tips ... and sound advice," and a reader in Virginia adds "Thanks for helping to make me a well informed investor."
Cover Story -- 50 Quick and Easy Tips to Make and Keep More Money: Our roster of quick financial tips are designed to save you money, get you on track to reach a goal or simplify your life.
Cover Story -- You Could Retire Here: We found tax-friendly places with moderate living costs, first-class health care, and plenty to see and do.
Cover Story -- Where to Invest Now: Our Midyear Outlook for 2018: Our forecast: Higher stock prices by year-end, with continued volatility and a slight chance of worrisome headwinds.
Cover Story -- How to Earn Up to 11% on Your Money: We found 35 ways for you to put cash in your pocket, from low-risk money market funds to high-risk master limited partnerships.
Cover Story -- Find the Right Financial Advice at the Right Price: Sorting through the alphabet soup of financial adviser credentials and opaque fee structures can be daunting. We shopped around to see how you can find the best fit for you.
Cover Story -- Stop Wasting Money: You may be wasting thousands of dollar every year. We have 28 ways to fix your money leaks.
Cover Story -- Are You on Track to Retire?: How to tell if you've saved enough to retire when you want, and what to do if you haven't.
Cover Story -- Great Ideas for Spending $1,000 or $10,000 or $100,000: Whether you have some extra cash or a major stash, we suggest how to invest, spend and splurge, plus ways to give back.
Cover Story -- Where to Invest in 2018: As the bull climbs on and optimism rises, this market is getting closer to its peak.
Cover Story -- The Best List, 2017: Our annual potpourri of stocks, bonds and funds, rewards credit cards, and deals on phone plans, cars and tech.
Cover Story -- Best Investing Moves at Every Age: Whether you’re starting out, have already retired or are somewhere in between, we show you how to make your money grow and last.
Cover Story -- 12 Strategies to Generate Income in Retirement: Here's how to ensure that your retirement savings last as long as you do.
Cover Story -- 5 Strategies to Save $1 Million: A record number of people have reached the seven-figure milestone. Here's how to join them.
Cover Story -- 10 Great Places to Retire: Our picks offer a laid-back lifestyle, but they're only a short hop from big-city attractions.
Cover Story -- Where to Invest for the Rest of 2017: Corporate America is firing on all cylinders, but share prices are high and so are risks.
Cover Story -- 29 Ways to Earn 1% - 10% on Your Money in 2017: Our ideas range from low-risk municipal bonds to high-risk mortgage REITs.
Cover Story -- 13 Ways to Simplify Your Finances: Our strategies will free up both time and cash.
Cover Story -- 70 Time-Tested Tactics to Build Your Wealth: Follow our strategies to achieve financial security, then reap the rewards.
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.