David Koeppel

David Koeppel

David Koeppel is a New York-based journalist who has covered business and economics for The New York Times, Fortune.com, Newsweek.com, MSN Money and Crain’s New York Business. His stories for The Times have focused on the intersection of higher education and the workplace, while his multimedia series for MSN Money detailed the consequences of the housing collapse and the mortgage crisis. Features about New York City life have appeared in The New York Observer, New York Magazine and elsewhere.

Recent Stories By David Koeppel:

  • How Millennials Could Damage the U.S. EconomyApril 30, 2015

    Millennial workers have had it rough in recent years, coming of age during the Great Recession and experiencing higher levels of unemployment and underemployment than older generations.  A new study...

  • How Rising Interest Rates Could Affect Your PortfolioNovember 20, 2014

    The days of record low interest rates may finally be nearing an end. Most economists predict (and the Fed has indicated) that an increase in short-term interest rates is all but certain for 2015.   ...

  • Here Are the New Changes in Medicare Open EnrollmentOctober 6, 2014

    It’s that time of year again: time for Medicare open enrollment. For the vast majority of people, traditional Medicare parts A (hospital coverage) and B (physician coverage) are not sufficient, since...

  • Millennials Embrace Alternative Medicine, a $32 Billion BusinessJuly 14, 2014

    Young people are generally healthy. But when 36-year-old Jessica Rich was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis earlier this year, she didn’t choose the conventional medical treatment and prescription...

  • How the 401(k) Became a $4 Trillion Key to American RetirementJuly 2, 2014

    The great recession battered the 401(k) retirement accounts of millions of Americans – delaying or destroying the dreams of those on the verge of retirement and surprising many others who had assumed...

  • You’ve Quit Your Job. Here’s What to Do NextJune 19, 2014

    It’s the great American fantasy: You quit a job you despise and tell your boss off in the process. A recent commercial for the New York Powerball lottery features a woman doing exactly that,...

  • SAT Changes Could Boost Lucrative Test Prep April 14, 2014

    Jennifer Iadanza has already begun considering how recent changes to the SAT exam may affect her daughter Emma, an 8th grader at Roslyn Middle School in New York State who will be in one of the first...

  • 4 Ways to Make Moving for Work the Right MoveFebruary 20, 2014

    While the nation’s job market continues to slowly improve, millions of Americans still find themselves unemployed, underemployed, or stuck in an unhappy job situation. The jobs recovery, of course,...

  • Retiring This Year? These Are Your Health Care OptionsJanuary 27, 2014

    More than 60 percent of baby boomers approaching retirement are “terrified” of what health care costs may do to their retirement plans, according to a recent study by Nationwide Financial. They’re so...

  • Slammed by New Taxes: Why You’re Poorer Than You ThinkDecember 19, 2013

    Recent tax law changes will hit the wealthiest Americans harder than others when they file their taxes in the next few months, thanks to new Obamacare taxes and increases in overall tax rates and...

  • Why Getting Ahead Means Getting a Career CoachNovember 14, 2013

    Cindy Doege worked at the Minneapolis Star Tribune for 20 years, rising to a high-level executive position as vice president of circulation. But in recent years, as the fortunes of the newspaper...

  • Bromance at the Supermarket as More Men ShopOctober 8, 2013

    Manhattan resident Dave Fasano thoroughly enjoys grocery shopping and views what some consider a mundane chore as fun and challenging – and he’s s definitely not alone.     Fasano, 48, scours his...

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