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Andrea Browne Taylor

Online Editor
Kiplinger.com

Browne Taylor joined Kiplinger in 2011 and is a channel editor for Kiplinger.com covering living and family finance topics. She previously worked at the Washington Post as a Web producer in the Style section and prior to that covered the Jobs, Cars and Real Estate sections. She earned a BA in journalism from Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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Saving Money
September 2016

Easy Ways to Get Extra Cash in 30 Minutes or Less

All you need is a half hour to put more money in your pocket.

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Saving for Retirement
September 2016

Financial Decisions That Will Haunt You in Retirement

Avoid these mistakes now, so you don't regret them later.

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Smart Buying
September 2016

3 Hacks to Save Money on Amazon.com

Try these online shopping tricks to put cash back into your pocket.

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SLIDE SHOW
August 2016

7 Features Home Buyers Want Most

Homeowners are sometimes hesitant to upgrade when it's time to sell. After all, you won't be living there much longer, and home remodeling efforts only increase home values by 64% of the average project’s ...

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Smart Buying
August 2016

Things You Should Never Buy at Dollar Stores

A $1 price tag doesn't guarantee a good deal.

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Smart Buying
August 2016

Things You Should Always Buy at Dollar Stores

You can find a surprising number of useful items for just a buck if you shop carefully.

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Home Insurance
August 2016

Do College Students Need Insurance for Their Stuff?

The answer can depend on whether they live in a dorm or off-campus.

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Smart Buying
July 2016

Worst Websites for Online Reviews

Don't believe everything you read on the Internet.

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Home Remodeling & Maintenance
July 2016

How to Keep Your Home Cool Without Going Broke

The path to lower cooling bills starts with your thermostat.

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Smart Buying
September 2016

3 Reasons You Wish a Wegmans Would Open Near You

The supermarket chain has a loyal following but locations are scarce.

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Smart Buying
September 2016

Surprising Perks of an Amazon Prime Membership

Free two-day shipping is just the beginning.

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Making Your Money Last
July 2016

3 Things No One Tells You About Retirement

Retirees will face a few surprises when it comes time to stop working.

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Buying & Selling a Home
July 2016

Are Tiny Homes Right for Retirees?

There are good reasons to downsize to a tiny house in retirement.

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SLIDE SHOW
September 2016

Money-Saving Hacks for Amazon Shoppers

For many online consumers, Amazon is a one-stop shop for everything from diapers to television sets. The e-commerce giant is widely known for its vast product selection and low prices. In fact, consumers ...

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SLIDE SHOW
August 2016

12 Things You Should Know About Shopping at Costco

A Costco membership opens doors, quite literally, to a vast selection of bulk-size groceries and household goods selling at discounted prices. But buying potato chips and toilet paper by the case is just ...

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Buying & Selling a Home
July 2016

3 Reasons No One Wants to Buy Your House

It's not always the price that holds back buyers.

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Smart Buying
July 2016

Worst Wedding Gifts to Give

Don't waste your money on presents the newlyweds don't want.

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