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Independent workers can face big tax bills if they don't pay estimated taxes throughout the year.
The cost of attendance takes a backseat to convenience and prestige.
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These two popular retirement savings options each have very different rules.
Some people in public service jobs who believe they're on the path to loan forgiveness actually don't qualify.
The tax overhaul is creating uncertainty on whether workers will pay sufficient taxes in 2018. Pay too little, and you'll owe next year.
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Kelli B. Grant is a writer covering personal finance and consumer spending for CNBC.com.
Lorie Konish is a reporter covering personal finance at CNBC.com.
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