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Anjelica Tan

Reporter
Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Tan joined Kiplinger in June 2012 from Bloomberg News, where she was a reporting intern covering mergers and acquisitions and IPOs in New York. Prior to that, she worked as a production intern at CNN in Washington, D.C., where she assisted with political research and live broadcasts. She also covered financial regulation, including the Dodd-Frank Act, as a reporter for the Medill News Service. Before that, she wrote about economics and commodities in Chicago. She has written for the New York Times, MarketWatch, Businessweek.com, United Press International and the San Francisco Chronicle. She holds a BBA in finance from the University of Michigan and an MS in journalism from Northwestern University.

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Employees, Beware Non-Compete Clauses

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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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Stock Watch
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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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This fund is a top performer among global funds.

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Fund Watch
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A Fund for Tech Stocks That Pay Juicy Dividends

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Stock Watch
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Best European Stocks to Buy Now

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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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Fund Watch
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Mutual Funds
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When to Sell a Mutual Fund

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Fund Watch
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Big Returns for Bogle Small Cap Growth

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Credit Cards
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4 Credit Cards With Smart Chips for European Travel

Upgrade to more travel-friendly plastic before you take your European vacation.

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