Millie Dent

Millie Dent

Millie Dent is a recent graduate of Wesleyan University, where she served as News Editor of the university newspaper. She previously worked as a research assistant for Forbes editor Richard Behar on his book about Bernie Madoff and was a contributing writer for Forbes on the media and entertainment businesses.

Recent Stories By Millie Dent:

  • ACA, FSA, HRA? Your Guide to Confusing Health Care Terms for 2017November 15, 2016

    Millions of Americans are facing open enrollment season, choosing health care plans from ones offered by their employers, sifting through new Medicare options, or deciding which Obamacare options...

  • A Day of Remembrance: Memorial Day by the NumbersMay 27, 2016

    Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer for many Americans, a holiday weekend filled with road trips, cook-outs and parades. But even as we enjoy the warm temperatures and a three-day break...

  • Do Millionaires Really Move Away When Their Taxes Go Up?May 26, 2016

    A few years ago, after California voters approved a tax hike on residents earning $1 million or more, golfer Phil Mickelson vented to the press that the higher rates, which he estimated could bring...

  • Retirement Incomes Falling Short in All but 3 StatesMay 25, 2016

    Senior citizens in only three states have retirement incomes that are large enough to maintain prior living standards, according to new research. An analysis by the personal finance site

  • The Best Advice from Commencement Speeches 2016May 20, 2016

    From Spike Lee to Ryan Seacrest, some of the biggest names out there are taking the stage at graduations across the country to offer words of wisdom to the class of 2016. But while the speeches are...

  • 4 Mistakes You’re Making When It Comes to Credit Card RewardsMay 20, 2016

    If you were handed $100, chances are you wouldn’t toss it in the garbage. But that’s basically what many Americans are doing when they fail to use a rewards card or aren’t optimizing the rewards they...

  • The States With the Fastest Growing Obesity ProblemMay 19, 2016

    America might be the land of the free, but it’s also the land of love handles, beer guts and thunder thighs. According to the latest research, Americans are heavier than ever. The national obesity...

  • The 20 Companies That Have Slashed the Most Jobs in 2016May 18, 2016

    U.S. employers are slashing jobs at the fastest pace since 2009, according to outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Since the beginning of the year, employers have cut more than 250,000...

  • 4 Little Tips for Overcoming Life’s WorriesMay 13, 2016

    Do you lie in bed at night worrying about your seemingly never-ending to-do list? Do you always assume the worst in situations? You’re not alone. Everyone has worries, large and small — those nagging...

  • The 24 Worst Cities for Road RageMay 11, 2016

    As any seasoned traveler can tell you, the City of Angels doesn’t have particularly angelic drivers. So it’s no great surprise that a new analysis finds that Los Angeles is America’s worst city for...

  • You May Be Addicted to Your Smartphone and Not Even Know ItMay 11, 2016

    Watch a teenager for even a few minutes are you’re likely to see their eyes glued to their phones or snapping selfies. New research confirms what we’ve all witnessed firsthand about how teens view...

  • The Best (and Worst) States to Grow Old InMay 10, 2016

    Trying to decide where to spend your golden years? New research finds that it might be best to avoid traditional retirement destinations like Florida and settle instead somewhere that offers high...

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