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Using Flexible Spending Account Dollars at the Drugstore

Here is a nice article by Kimberly Lankford of Kiplinger:

 

By Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editor   

 

August 22, 2017

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10 Most Expensive Cities to Live In

Here is a nice article by Dan Burrows of Kiplinger:

 

By Dan Burrows, Contributing Writer / May 2017

 

Costly cities are costly for a reason. Be it climate, geography, culture, economic prosperity or all of the above, the most expensive U.S. cities to live in offer amenities and opportunities for which residents are willing to pay a premium to access. It’s simply the price of admission to enjoy the advantages a desirable place has to offer.

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9 Places to Find Free Money

Here is a nice article provided by the Editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance:

 

By the Editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance | August 2017 

 

State treasuries and other agencies are holding more than $40 billion in unclaimed assets, according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA). Some of it could be yours.

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The Best Rewards Credit Cards, 2017

Here is a nice article provided by Lisa Gerstner of Kiplinger:

 

By Lisa Gerstner, Contributing Editor | From July 2017

 

Rewards credit cards keep getting more and more rewarding. For the past several years, card issuers have been hustling to attract customers with generous sign-up bonuses and ongoing perks that have the potential to line your pockets with hundreds of dollars a year. The six largest credit card issuers are spending more than twice as much on card rewards than they did in 2010, according to a study by personal finance site MagnifyMoney.com. Chase pumps the most money into its cards, and it shows: Five cards issued by Chase grace our latest list of the best rewards credit cards. Plus, the release of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card last year shook up the market for premium travel rewards cards—those with fees in the hundreds of dollars annually and perks to match—spurring competitors to beef up their offerings or introduce new cards.

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10 Best Values in U.S. Colleges, 2017

Here is a nice article provided by Kaitlin Pitsker of Kiplinger:

 

By Kaitlin Pitsker, Staff Writer | March 2017

 

To help you sort through your college choices, we present the creme de la creme of our annual list of best value colleges and universities. These 10 schools are the top-scoring schools in our combined ranking, which compares private universities, private liberal arts colleges and public colleges (using-out-of-state costs) to help you see your options side by side. As always, we look for schools that meet our definition of best value: a blend of academic quality and affordability. Among our criteria for academic quality are a competitive admission rate, a high four-year graduation rate and a low student-faculty ratio. We look for schools with a reasonable price tag, generous financial aid for students who qualify, and low student debt at graduation. We’ve also included future earnings data, based on the median earnings of workers who started at a particular college 10 years earlier, to give you an idea of what attending a particular institution may mean for a student’s post-graduation salary.

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