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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Snider covers higher education and consumer travel for Kiplinger's Personal Finance. She also fills in on a variety of other financial topics, from money etiquette to mobile apps. She earned a BA from the University of Rochester and an MA in journalism from the University of Southern California. Before joining Kiplinger, she interned with the Financial Times, Los Angeles Business Journal and Rochester City Newspaper.
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