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Rivan joined Kiplinger on Leap Day 2016 as a reporter. A Michigan native, she graduated from the University of Michigan in 2014 and from there freelanced as a local copy editor and proofreader, and served as a research assistant to a local Detroit journalist. Her work has been featured in the Ann Arbor Observer and Sage Business Researcher.
No matter how eager you are to leave the nest, you can save a lot of money by going to an in-state school. According to the College Board, tuition, fees, and room and board cost 43% less for in-state students ...
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Stellar health care options, affordable living and engaging community activities make this Ohio town a great choice for retirees.
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The maximum amount workers at small businesses can contribute to a SIMPLE IRA for 2019 is $500 higher than it was for 2018.
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Federal workers and military personnel can save up to $19,000 in TSP retirement accounts for 2019. Some savers can make additional catch-up contributions.
Teachers and nonprofit workers can contribute $19,000 to a 403(b) for 2019, but catch-up contributions and employer contributions can further boost retirement savings.
State and local government workers can contribute $19,000 to 457 plans for 2019. Some workers can make additional catch-up contributions.
This former monk found out the hard way that money is not the root of all evil.
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Adjust your W-4 form to avoid an unpleasant surprise when you file your 2019 return.
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