1100 13th Street, NW, Suite 750Washington, DC 20005202.887.6400Toll-free: 800.544.0155
All Contents © 2017The Kiplinger Washington Editors
See All Authors »
Before joining the Kiplinger team as Online Community Editor in 2013, Rebecca was associate travel editor at the Huffington Post, where she also handled the travel section's social media. She landed at AOL/HuffPost after earning an MS in journalism at Northwestern University's Medill School, with a concentration in health and science journalism. Prior to that, she covered lifestyle at Jacksonville Magazine, in Jacksonville, Fla., preceded by a stint at American Cheerleader magazine. She holds a BA from the College of William and Mary.
Certain things on your tax return could attract unwanted attention from Uncle Sam.
See More From: Tax Prep & Filing
Kids can score you valuable credits and deductions on your tax return.
See More From: Tax Breaks
Learn how to keep your tax bill low in retirement.
These reliable companies have been paying dividends for at least 25 years in a row.
See More From: Dividends
You won't believe what Uncle Sam wants a cut of at tax time.
See More From: Tax Planning
Don't miss these deductions if you work for yourself.
Tips to help you save more and shop smarter at the supermarket chain.
See More From: Smart Buying
If you’re going grocery shopping in Florida, you’re probably headed to Publix. With more than 750 locations, the regional chain isn’t just ubiquitous across the Sunshine State, it is popular, too. ...
See More From: Leisure Spending
It pays to wait to make these purchases at another time of the year.
Before you add any of these items to your online shopping cart, be sure you really, really want them.
See More From: Kip Tips
These booming careers look promising for years to come.
See More From: Careers
Surprisingly simple ideas to put more money in your pocket.
These items are well worth the buck (or more) you will pay for them.
Your coffee habit doesn't need to blow your budget.
Selling your house? These features are in demand.
See More From: Buying & Selling a Home
Don't believe everything you hear about your money.
See More From: Financial Planning
It was one of my biggest fears. But once it ended up happening, it was actually manageable.