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.
Recent Articles By The Author
To Downsize or Not to Downsize: The Retiree's Question
Many retirees may find their house is difficult and expensive to maintain in retirement. Here's what to consider if you're thinking of downsizing during your golden years.
10 Reasons Hiring an Older Worker May be the Best Decision You Ever Make
It turns out older workers are wiser and can bring more to your team than you ever expected.
5 Things Boomer Employees With Millennial Managers Should Never Do
You may be older and wiser, but that kid is still your boss and there are certain generational behaviors that won't go well in today's workplace.
5 Questions to Ask Before You Take the Plunge and Quit Your Day Job
Are you ready to take a chance on a new job or a new industry?
3 Reasons Baby Boomers and Millennials Are More Alike Than Anyone Wants to Admit
The most common discussions around Millennials and Baby Boomers in the workplace involve bridging gaps, but the generations may not be as dissimilar as we’ve been led to believe.
Is It Better to Go Into Debt for Grad School Than Undergrad?
Is graduate school a better or somehow more 'worthy' investment than undergrad? Here's a three-part test to make sure your move is the right one.
Renovations, Staging or Sprucing Up? What Sells Your Home Quickly and for the Most Money
Here's a look at how to sell your home fast for the highest price possible.
How to Catch Up on Retirement Savings in Your 30s, 40s, 50s and Beyond
Are you a little behind on retirement savings? Take a look at how best to catch up at any age.
3 Worst Financial Mistakes You Can Make in a Divorce
When you're going through a divorce, it's far too easy to make mistakes that may cost you for years to come.
3 Things to Do With That Retirement Account You Forgot About When You Left Your Job
Do you have a 401(k) from a previous job? Here's what to do with it.