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Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Dec 01 2021
Magazine

Written to help you do a better job of managing your personal and family financial affairs and to help you get more for your money. You get ideas on saving, investing, cutting taxes, making major purchases, advancing your career, buying a home, paying for education, health care and travel, plus much, much more. Special issues cover the latest information about car buying (December) and Mutual Funds (March and September).

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Income for Life

Another Kind of ID Theft

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

INVESTORS: DON’T ABANDON CHINA • Turmoil in China has been all over the financial news, but the volatile market is too big to ignore.

How to Invest

MAKE A PLAN FOR HOLIDAY TIPPING • The pandemic has changed the rules for when to tip—and how much.

FAREWELL TO YOUR FLIP PHONE? • Providers are hanging up on 3G. While 5G promises better and faster service, you need new devices to take advantage of it.

BILLED FOR A COVID VACCINE? DON’T PAY

CALENDAR 12/2021

FLOOD INSURANCE MAY COST YOU MORE • INFORMATION ABOUT THE MARKETS AND YOUR MONEY.

CAR SHARING MAKES INROADS

Roaring Twenties 2.0 • Stock market boom? Check. Economy on fire? For now. But this century isn’t like the last in important ways.

PURRING ALONG, BUT NO ROAR • Lackluster population and productivity gains will keep a lid on economic growth.

A Bounce-Back Year for Dividends • All of our favorite dividend stocks hiked payouts over the past year, and yields, on average, trounced the yield of the S&P 500.

Don’t Overlook Preferred Stocks

Financials Are Paying Off

How to Cash In on Sports Gambling

Another Hot Real Estate Market • This fund currently favors single family home rentals and data centers.

Don’t Sweat This Fund’s Slowdown

SMART MOVES TO MAKE BEFORE YEAR-END • There’s still time to save money and shape up your personal finances before the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve.

Moves for High Earners

Capture Credit Card Rewards

A Disguise for Your Credit Card Number

The Inheritance Challenge • Some inherited assets are tax-friendly, but under new rules, others come with a hefty tax bill. We help you get the most out of a legacy.

What to Do When You’re the Executor

How to Lower Taxes for Your Heirs

How to Build Financial Security

4 Trends for the Coming Decade • From how long you work to where you choose to live, retirement will change in ways you may not expect.

Make Your Portfolio More Defensive • Risk is rising on Wall Street. Make sure you’re prepared.

Car Buying for Beginners • Haggle over the price of the car and the terms of the loan to keep your monthly payments in check.

Spending Like It’s 2019

YOUR GUIDE TO GIVING • Take a closer look at whether you’re getting the most bang for your donated bucks.

Donate Cash or Stock?

Don’t Fall for a Charity Scam

Learning How to Be an Airbnb Host • This Denver pharmacist began booking her ski condo a few months after the pandemic hit.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 76 Publisher: Kiplinger Edition: Dec 01 2021

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Written to help you do a better job of managing your personal and family financial affairs and to help you get more for your money. You get ideas on saving, investing, cutting taxes, making major purchases, advancing your career, buying a home, paying for education, health care and travel, plus much, much more. Special issues cover the latest information about car buying (December) and Mutual Funds (March and September).

Kiplinger.com

Income for Life

Another Kind of ID Theft

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

INVESTORS: DON’T ABANDON CHINA • Turmoil in China has been all over the financial news, but the volatile market is too big to ignore.

How to Invest

MAKE A PLAN FOR HOLIDAY TIPPING • The pandemic has changed the rules for when to tip—and how much.

FAREWELL TO YOUR FLIP PHONE? • Providers are hanging up on 3G. While 5G promises better and faster service, you need new devices to take advantage of it.

BILLED FOR A COVID VACCINE? DON’T PAY

CALENDAR 12/2021

FLOOD INSURANCE MAY COST YOU MORE • INFORMATION ABOUT THE MARKETS AND YOUR MONEY.

CAR SHARING MAKES INROADS

Roaring Twenties 2.0 • Stock market boom? Check. Economy on fire? For now. But this century isn’t like the last in important ways.

PURRING ALONG, BUT NO ROAR • Lackluster population and productivity gains will keep a lid on economic growth.

A Bounce-Back Year for Dividends • All of our favorite dividend stocks hiked payouts over the past year, and yields, on average, trounced the yield of the S&P 500.

Don’t Overlook Preferred Stocks

Financials Are Paying Off

How to Cash In on Sports Gambling

Another Hot Real Estate Market • This fund currently favors single family home rentals and data centers.

Don’t Sweat This Fund’s Slowdown

SMART MOVES TO MAKE BEFORE YEAR-END • There’s still time to save money and shape up your personal finances before the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve.

Moves for High Earners

Capture Credit Card Rewards

A Disguise for Your Credit Card Number

The Inheritance Challenge • Some inherited assets are tax-friendly, but under new rules, others come with a hefty tax bill. We help you get the most out of a legacy.

What to Do When You’re the Executor

How to Lower Taxes for Your Heirs

How to Build Financial Security

4 Trends for the Coming Decade • From how long you work to where you choose to live, retirement will change in ways you may not expect.

Make Your Portfolio More Defensive • Risk is rising on Wall Street. Make sure you’re prepared.

Car Buying for Beginners • Haggle over the price of the car and the terms of the loan to keep your monthly payments in check.

Spending Like It’s 2019

YOUR GUIDE TO GIVING • Take a closer look at whether you’re getting the most bang for your donated bucks.

Donate Cash or Stock?

Don’t Fall for a Charity Scam

Learning How to Be an Airbnb Host • This Denver pharmacist began booking her ski condo a few months after the pandemic hit.


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