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Kimberly Castro
Works at U.S. News & World Report
Attended New York University
Lives in Washington, D.C.
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  • George Washington University
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Managing Editor, Money and Health, U.S. News & World Report
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    Managing Editor, present
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The Best Jobs of 2014
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For the first time, our No. 1 job overall isn’t from the health care industry, it’s a tech job.

How One Family Paid Off $118,000 in Debt
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One success story contains strategies for the three-quarters of Americans with debt.

How to Buy or Sell a Haunted House
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Is your home steeped in spookiness? Here’s how to find out more about its dark past.

The Best Questions to Ask During a Job Interview
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Your interviewer shouldn’t be the only inquisitor in the room.

The Best Places to Retire on $75 a Day
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You can live well on a small amount of savings in these affordable cities.

Wharton Has an Image Problem
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What’s wrong with Wharton? That was the question posed by the Wall Street Journal last week, and I want to offer an answer.I am not a stereo

Dear Sons: Can We Talk About Death And Dying?
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Some parents avoid family talks about later-life health and finances, but it’s often the kids who bail.

6 Money-Saving Strategies That May Cost You in the Long Run
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Going cheap without doing your homework first can often be the most expensive mistake you make.

Diet Changes That Might Cut Breast Cancer Risk
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In light of Angelina Jolie’s mastectomy, consider these foods that could lower your breast cancer risk.

7 Tips to Stop Procrastination
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Do you always wait until the last minute? Here are some ways to kick procrastination habits at work.

10 Reasons No One Wants You in Their Meetings
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Are you accidentally on purpose being left off the meeting invite?

7 Female CEOs You Need to Know
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Lessons learned from women in the C-suite.

IRS High-Tech Tools Track Your Digital Footprints
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The IRS has quietly upgraded its technology so tax collectors can track virtually everything people do online.

Video: Top Chefs Talk Healthy Eating
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Mike Isabella, Spike Mendelsohn and Art Smith debate important health and food issues

The 10 Most Overpaid Jobs
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Even in this tough economy, some workers earn boffo pay for relatively easy work.

Michelle Obama Speaks Out Against Childhood Obesity
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In a keynote address Friday, the First Lady stressed family responsibility.

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Medicare
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Retirees who don’t meet specific deadlines could pay significantly higher premiums.

Claim This Last-Minute Tax Break
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This April strategy will significantly reduce your current tax bill.

Social Security Makes Even More Public Service Cuts
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Agency cites budget pressures as it closes offices earlier and suspends mailing of paper statements.

10 Glimmers of Light Amidst Economic Gloom
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The fiscal cliff and other potential pitfalls abound, but a lot of things are slowly getting better.