Michaela Wang

Editorial Intern, Kiplinger.com
Free (or Cheap) College for Retirees in All 50 States
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retirement

Free (or Cheap) College for Retirees in All 50 States

Whether it's to complete a degree, gain new knowledge or just for fun, retirees can collect their books and get on (back) to school in a most inexpens…
August 25, 2021
11 Things You Don’t Need for College
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college

11 Things You Don’t Need for College

College sticker shock when you first see the bill for tuition, room and board (and all those nebulous activity fees) is bad enough.
August 13, 2021
Food Delivery Apps: We Compare 4 of the Biggest
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Technology

Food Delivery Apps: We Compare 4 of the Biggest

These apps offer convenience but vary in costs and customer service. Here’s how Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash and Postmates compare to each other.
August 9, 2021
I Inherited an IRA. Now What?
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Financial Planning

I Inherited an IRA. Now What?

Here’s what you should consider if you inherit money in either a traditional or a Roth IRA.
August 4, 2021
How Automatic Enrollment in 401(k)s Could Reshape Saving for Retirement
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Financial Planning

How Automatic Enrollment in 401(k)s Could Reshape Saving for Retirement

The SECURE Act 2.0 could require employers to automatically enroll eligible workers in retirement plans. If the legislation passes, there could be pro…
June 23, 2021
401(k)s: 10 Things You Must Know About These Retirement Savings Plans
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401(k)s

401(k)s: 10 Things You Must Know About These Retirement Savings Plans

These accounts can be a great way to save for retirement while giving you a tax break now. But beware of the fees plan providers charge for 401(k)s.
June 1, 2021