Every employer in America, regardless of size, would be required to offer an account to all employees.
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Social critics argue that financial progress is impossible for most Americans in today's economy. Powerless victims? No way.
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Knight Kiplinger offers his sage advice on money matters for the recently (or soon-to-be) married.
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Our magazine readers are heavy users of electronic media, but they also love print on paper.
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Flattening federal spending will give the region a taste of what the country has been going through.
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The long ascent of women workers has been hard-fought, and vestiges of male privilege remain.
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Give everyone a lower tax rate on investment income than on earnings, but make it progressive.
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Especially for investors under the age of 50, stocks must still be the foundation for every long-term investment strategy.
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Whatever quality of life means to you, achieving it is in your hands.
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Businesses and individuals who benefit from tax breaks must surrender some self-interest.
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For many young adults, I believe this will turn out to have been a good time to buy a house or condo.
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Jim Glassman learned a lot from the Lost Decade. And we can all benefit from his hard-won wisdom.
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Absent a mandatory 401(k), those who don't plan for their retirement will surely be a burden on others.
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Unlike carefully selected stocks and bonds, a home should not be regarded as an investment.
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Don't let a hot asset tempt you away from your investing strategy and into a bubble bath.
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In several years of writing "Money & Ethics," I've learned ethical conduct is often in the eye of the beholder.
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How about we focus on energy security instead.
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How can the federal government bring revenues and expenses back into balance?
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Let's stop debating the why of rationing and get on with the how.
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13 maxims for the times.
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One professor's take on how we got into this sorry mess is an insightful—and unsparing—account.
The negatives weighing on our future are mostly known. The positives are less obvious.
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Follow Knight Kiplinger's basic principles of investing, and prosper.
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Acting as you normally would will help offset belt-tightening by those in genuine distress.
If your retirement plan has taken a beating, don't give up on it now, advises Knight Kiplinger.
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A few years from now, we'll look back on this grim period as one of the great buying opportunities.
Pay yourself first. Protect your loved ones. Borrow sparingly. And don't go for the home run.
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Who's to blame for our economic woes? Let's all look in the mirror.
Whatever your style of investing, the lesson of the millenium is clear: It pays to keep investing through market slumps.
The presidential candidates are sketchy on the details, but here's what we know about their plans to modify the tax code.
The biggest barrier to becoming rich is living like you're rich before you are.