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Table of Contents:VOL. 39, NO. 5 - June 2010
The danger in your portfolio
Big money is pouring into bonds - but they're not as safe as investors believe. Rearrange your holdings before your returns are ruined. By Paul J. Lim 
Stock up for more income
Bonds aren't the only way to generate income from your portfolio. The right mix of investments can give you a real boost. Plus: the best places to put your cash right now. By Carla Fried and Ismat Sarah Mangla 
Solving your toughest health care challenges
These strategies can cure what ails you when it comes to getting and paying for medical care, from higher premiums to denied claims. By Amanda Gengler 
Five secrets of successful career changers
Learn how these professionals switched industries - in the midst of one of the worst job markets of all time. By Carolyn Bigda and Donna Rosato 
The future of investing advice
A good adviser can be hard to find if you don't want to shell out big bucks for a planner. Can web-based money management fill the gap? By George Mannes 
For better choices, choose less
The key to decision-making? Don't sweat the small stuff, says business professor Sheena Iyengar. Interview by Penelope Wang 
Money 1st
Three great places to score a summer vacation deal
By the numbers
The sandwich generation gets squeezed tighter. 
The big idea
You'll be happier if you spend smarter, says behavioral finance expert Dan Ariely. 
The Help Desk
Credit watch
Do you ever need a credit score monitor? 
The Plan
What to do when your pension is frozen
Rethink your plans - and step up your savings. 
Financial fix
Lisa Jucha needs disability coverage but isn't sure how much to get. 
Clip your dental costs
Get a million-dollar smile without the exorbitant price tag. 
Find a mortgage tailormade for you
Sure you want a 30-year fixed? Another option may be a better fit.. 
Five things to know about home warranties
Can financial stocks keep climbing?
Fund managers who say yes are reaping big returns this year. But the risk of a fall is real. 
The explainer
Six reasons China makes Japan a smart bet. 
Fund x-ray: American Europacific Growth
Can America's largest foreign fund keep riding out the global economic crisis? 
Make talk cheaper
Is your cellphone bill beginning to rival your mortgage? These moves can help you cut hundreds off your yearly tab. 
Enjoy the rebound; remember the Risk
Yes, stocks have torn it up lately. But you still need to plan for big plunges down the road. By Walter Updegrave 
The right way to play a takeover
Buyout targets may look appealing, but stick with those that can make it on their own.. By Pat Dorsey 
Restore order to your garage
You'll spend some money and effort corralling all that stuff so your cars can fit. It's worth it. By Josh Garskof 
Why sales matter more than profits
Corporate bottom lines look great, but for the recovery to stick, the top line needs to grow too. By Paul J. Lim 
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