Kathryn Tuggle is a New York-based editor and writer who adores saving, investing and thrift store shopping. After getting her start covering small business at Inc. Magazine, Kathryn immersed herself in workplace culture and design while writing for Fast Company. In 2007, Kathryn joined the Fox Business Network before its inception and learned her way around the NYSE and Nasdaq. Obsessed with all things social media and personal finance, you can find Kathryn tweeting her latest adventures at @KathrynTuggle.
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