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Retirement Report Reporter

Kiplinger’s Retirement Report seeks an experienced reporter to work in our downtown Washington, D.C. offices writing personal finance and lifestyle features on all facets of planning for and living in retirement. Our subscribers are affluent retirees and soon-to-be retirees who want impartial, timely information and advice on income-producing strategies, tax and estate planning, insurance, long-term care, Medicare, Social Security, IRAs and pensions, charitable giving, technology and travel. A candidate must be able to cultivate sources, spot trend and write easy-to-read, well-researched articles on complex issues. In addition to writing for the monthly print publication, the successful applicant will work closely with our award-winning Web site, www.kiplinger.com.

A bachelor’s degree and five years of reporting experience are required. Personal-finance writing background, experience with CMS, understanding of SEO and social media are all plusses.

Kiplinger offers generous benefits and a flexible, family-friendly work environment. Send cover letter, resume, writing samples and salary requirement to: HR@kiplinger.com Please do not call.

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Investment Writer(s)

Kiplinger's Personal Finance, a leader in providing timely, trusted financial advice and economic forecasting for more than 70 years, is seeking experienced investment writers for its Web site, Kiplinger.com.

Role Overview

Those hired for this coveted position should have at least three-five years of experience writing about general market conditions, trends, and forecasts as well as specific stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and bonds. We want applicants who can write practical, sophisticated yet easy-to-understand analysis geared toward helping investors of all stripes. At Kiplinger, we start with the expectation that readers will act on our advice, and benefit from doing so.


  • conceive high-quality, traffic-driving ideas in collaboration with Kiplinger investing editors
  • report and write assignments, bringing them to life across all platforms—articles, columns, slideshows, quizzes, and infographics
  • produce and maintain assigned pieces in the Kiplinger.com content management system in collaboration with digital editors to maximize traffic and audience


  • In-depth knowledge of – and passion for – U.S. and global financial markets
  • Superior writing and editing abilities, excellent interviewing and datamining skills
  • Must be proficient at analyzing stocks, mutual funds, ETFs and similar investments
  • Must enjoy making investment recommendations and crafting actionable advice
  • Capable of producing high-quality work at a fast pace
  • A self-starter with creativity, versatility, collegiality, and persistence
  • Intense attention to accuracy, detail and consistency
  • Social media skills
  • Adept at employing charts and graphs to enhance storytelling
We prefer to hire full-time employees who would work out of our Washington, D.C., headquarters. The Kiplinger Organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants should forward resume with cover letter to: HR@kiplinger.com

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Staff Accountant

A Washington, D.C. based publishing company is seeking a candidate with a BS in accounting, excel experience, strong computer skills, good interpersonal skills, and the ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment. Duties include routine journal entries, bank reconciliations, preparing invoices for print and online advertisers, reconciling accounts receivable, making collection calls, running financial statements, preparing miscellaneous tax returns, and maintaining and reconciling fixed asset schedules. Please send resume and salary requirements to HR@kiplinger.com.

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