Kate Anania

Kate started off her career working in a marine lab where she was able to go fishing (and eat seafood) every day. She became interested in personal finance to help ensure that her extremely fun job could support her long-term financial goals. Kate later went to graduate school to earn advanced degrees in marine coastal planning and economics. Kate currently works as an economic analyst for a think tank (which is fun in a different way). You can read more about Kate's experiences managing her finances in a non-traditional career path at her blog, www.twentiesinyourpocket.com

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  1. Career / Compensation

    8 Reasons Why Valued Employees Quit

    Salaries are important, but retaining top employees requires more than just competitive pay.
  2. Budgeting & Savings

    The 3 Key Tips for Budgeting Your Money

    If you have never tried budgeting your money, these strategies will help you get on track with your spending – and saving.
  3. Budgeting & Savings

    3 Common Budgeting Challenges to Overcome

    Budgeting challenges don’t have to keep you from getting your finances in shape. Just follow this plan.
  4. Budgeting & Savings

    Four Easy Budgeting Techniques You Should Master

    Budgeting money is critical for everyone, but to be successful at creating and sticking to a plan, it’s helpful to have some ...
  5. College Tuition

    4 Signs the College Tuition Debt Bubble Is Growing

    With the cost of post-secondary education going up and up, it's no wonder that a college tuition debt bubble is building. ...
  6. College Tuition

    Are You Taking Advantage of the College Tuition Tax Credit?

    Parents with a child enrolled in college should check out the college tuition tax credit, a boon that can help defray the ...
  7. Health Insurance

    Who Will Live Longest

    Changes in life expectancy from this year's CDC report are worth watching – with a special caution for white women.
  8. Career / Compensation

    When Is Grad School Worth It?

    How to figure whether the payback you get from going to grad school – earnings, lifestyle, career opportunities – is worth ...
  9. High Net Worth Strategy

    Which Jobs Give You the Longest Career Life?

    It's not just blue-collar jobs that may be hard to do for a whole career, says this provocative study from Boston College's ...
  10. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Beware of Payday Loans

    Even if you're desperate for cash, try our alternatives before falling into the payday loan trap. Read on for proposed rules ...
  11. High Net Worth Strategy

    Managing Money as a Couple

    Start your marriage off right: Decide how you will set up your accounts, create a household budget and don’t forget savings ...
  12. High Net Worth Strategy

    What to Do Before You Remarry: All About Prenups

    Anytime a couple is bringing significant assets or debts into a new marriage, a prenuptial agreement protects you, your spouse-to-be ...
  13. High Net Worth Strategy

    What to Do Before Marrying: Saver vs. Spender

    Couples can have different philosophies toward money. But before you and your partner tie the knot, follow these steps to ...
  14. High Net Worth Strategy

    What to Do Before Marrying: Student Debt

    If you and/or your future spouse have student debt, you need to discuss how you'll repay it once you're married.
  15. High Net Worth Strategy

    Before You Remarry: Blending 2 Families' Finances

    Whether both of you are bringing kids into the new marriage, or just one of you, here are some smart solutions to preempt ...
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