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Marc A. Wojno

Senior Associate Editor
Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Wojno is research director for data-intensive projects such as Kiplinger's college and mutual fund rankings. He is also chief of reporters, managing a team responsible for fact-checking and writing stories for Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Previously, he was a newswire reporter and newsletter editor for Dow Jones, covering convertible bonds, REITs and mutual funds. He also served as market research manager for Keane Federal Systems, an IT consultancy. A ten-year member of the National Press Club, he currently serves as membership secretary. He received a BA in communications and computer science, and an MBA, from George Washington University.

Latest Features

Best Cities, States & Places
July 2016

Omaha, Neb.: A Great Midsize City for Retiring in Good Health

A burgeoning social scene helps make this affordable small town attractive to seniors.

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Investor Psychology
March 2008

Kiplinger Q&A: Pat Harrington Jr.

Pat Harrington Jr. (a.k.a. Schneider from the '70s hit sitcom One Day at a Time and veteran Kiplinger's subscriber) shares valuable lessons about personal finance.

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SLIDE SHOW
June 2016

Great Colleges Where Alumni Earn the Most Money

As the cost of college continues its upward trajectory, the question for many high school students and their cost-conscious parents is not only where to get the best college education but also which schools’ ...

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SMART BUYING
August 2015

13 Things College Students Don't Need

As the cost of college continues to rise, reconsider some of these expendable expenses.

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COLLEGE
December 2013

SLIDE SHOW
December 2013

Best Public Colleges for Out-of-State Students

Facing out-of-state tuition at a public college can be daunting. The average annual sticker price for nonresidents at public colleges is $31,701, up from $30,704 last year, according to the College Board. Still, ...

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SLIDE SHOW
November 2013

Best Values in Private Colleges Under $20K, 2014

When it comes to college costs, the price tag often has little resemblance to what students actually pay. The net price -- the annual cost in tuition, fees, room, board and books after need and merit-based ...

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SLIDE SHOW
October 2013

Best Values in Private Universities, 2014

These top ten universities represent not only some of the most renowned institutions in the world but also our definition of value, thanks to their high-quality academics and generous financial aid. All ...

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SLIDE SHOW
January 2013

10 Best Values in Public Colleges for Out-of-State Students, 2013

Public colleges continue to face challenges despite the improving economy. With cuts in state appropriations, colleges have increased class sizes, curtailed programs and asked out-of-staters to pay a bigger ...

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SLIDE SHOW
October 2012

10 Best Values in Private Universities 2012-13

These top ten universities represent not only some of the most renowned institutions in the world but also our definition of value, thanks to their high-quality academics and generous financial aid. All ...

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SLIDE SHOW
January 2012

10 Best Values in Out-of-State Public Colleges

Finding great value in a public university doesn’t mean a student is confined to his or her own state. Hundreds of public universities across the country compete feverishly to broaden their student body ...

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SLIDE SHOW
December 2011

10 Top Private Colleges With the Lowest Sticker Price - Slide Show

You don’t have to pay a fortune -– or rely on financial aid -- to attend a top-quality private college or university. These ten private schools have the lowest sticker price among Kiplinger’s ...

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Careers
September 2011

Best Value Cities 2011:
5. Knoxville, Tenn.

It offers college sports, the Smoky Mountains and an entrepreneurial spirit.

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SLIDE SHOW
August 2011

10 Great Waterfront Destinations

If you still plan to squeeze in a break before the warm weather gives way to cooler temps, a vacation that includes a waterfront may appeal. Waterfront destinations "showcase the city's identity, its ...

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SLIDE SHOW
June 2011

Financial Innovations

Financial innovation has had a profound impact on how Americans manage their money. The proof is in the simple fact that many of the innovations that emerged during the last century remain indispensable ...

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TRAVEL
July 2010

Best Cities 2010: Boulder, Colo.

Science meets scenery in our number-four pick for Best Cities for the Next Decade.

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Careers
December 2009

My Story: Riding the Winds of Change

Building on his skills as an auto mechanic, Sibere Stewart switched careers and moved to the booming renewable-energy industry.

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