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Rapacon joined Kiplinger in October 2007 as a reporter with Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine and became an online editor for Kiplinger.com in June 2010. She previously served as editor of the "Starting Out" column, focusing on personal finance advice for people in their twenties and thirties, and is currently the managing editor of our Wealth Creation Channel.
Before joining Kiplinger, Rapacon worked as a senior research associate at b2b publishing house Judy Diamond Associates. She holds a B.A. degree in English from the George Washington University.
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One of our top 10 states for retirement based on financial factors, Utah has the added appeal of national parks and open vistas.
Alabama, which ranked sixth on our list of the best states for retirement, offers retirees many of the perks of Florida for less money.
Virginia isn't a classic retirement destination like Florida, but after ranking seventh on our list of the best states for retirement, it might become one.
Florida is the first state you think of when it comes to retirement, but it's the eighth state in our retirement rankings.
After rating all 50 states for retirement based on living costs, taxes and similar factors, Georgia ranked third on our list of best states for retirees.
North Dakota ranked a surprising fourth in the nation on our list of best states for retirees, based on health- and finance-related factors.
After rating all 50 states for retirement based on financial factors, Tennessee ranked fifth on our list of best states for retirees.
After rating all 50 states for retirement based everything from health care to living costs, Hawaii ranked second on our list of best states for retirees.
After rating all 50 states for retirement based on factors including cost of living and taxes, South Dakota ranked first on our list of best states for retirees.
Affordability is a key factor in deciding your ultimate retirement destination. After all, you need to make sure your living costs don't put too big a strain on your fixed income. Indeed, 67% of people ...
Where you plan to retire has a lot to do with how much money you need to save for retirement. Local living costs may even lead (or force) you to relocate to a place that better suits your retirement nest ...
People approaching or just starting retirement may have plenty of life experience under their belts, but many are enjoying at least one brand-new feeling: a sense of freedom. Starting at age 60, the majority ...
Deciding where to retire can be as important as planning when to retire. After all, your retirement destination determines how much you’ll need to pay in taxes, what your living costs will be and what ...
In contemplating retirement, the big question tends to be when to retire? Or, perhaps, how much money do you need to retire? But where to retire can be an equally pressing matter. In fact, according to ...