Chris Kissell

I am the founder of Words At Work, LLC, a writing, editing and consulting company based in Colorado. In the past, I worked as senior editor at Bankrate and senior managing editor at Insurance.com. I've also written for and worked closely with U.S. News & World Report, GOBankingRates, CreditCards.com, QuinStreet and many other websites and publications.
I've lived in Minneapolis (too cold), South Florida (too hot) and Denver (just right).

What to Do If Your 2nd Vaccine Shot Is Canceled
What to Do If Your 2nd Vaccine Shot Is Canceled

on April 6, 2021

You will need to hustle if your second COVID-19 vaccine appointment disappears.

Federal Website Helps Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers
Federal Website Helps Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers

on April 5, 2021

The government site connects people to education and support resources.

How to Buy Gas At Costco Without a Membership
How to Buy Gas At Costco Without a Membership

on April 5, 2021

The warehouse club often has some of the cheapest gas in town. Here’s how you can get it as a nonmember.

How Your Social Security Statement Is Changing
How Your Social Security Statement Is Changing

on April 5, 2021

New fact sheets offer crucial information to all Americans.

Court Ruling Could Unleash Flood of New Robocalls
Court Ruling Could Unleash Flood of New Robocalls

on April 3, 2021

Consumer advocates decry a unanimous Supreme Court decision.

Entire Louvre Collection Now Available Online
Entire Louvre Collection Now Available Online

on April 2, 2021

Still reluctant to travel? Let this world-famous museum come to you.

3 Ways Biden Wants to Change the Internet
3 Ways Biden Wants to Change the Internet

on April 1, 2021

The president has unveiled a plan to bring cheaper, faster internet access to more Americans.

Google Maps Now Helps You Navigate Malls, Airports
Google Maps Now Helps You Navigate Malls, Airports

on April 1, 2021

The app also will have other new features that make post-pandemic life easier.

2 Money Woes That Can Signal the Start of Dementia
2 Money Woes That Can Signal the Start of Dementia

on March 31, 2021

These financial issues can hint at dementia years prior to diagnosis.

This Company Makes the Best Tires in America
This Company Makes the Best Tires in America

on March 30, 2021

Driver satisfaction with tires is at an all-time high, but one brand stands out.

5 Ways to Stop a Mask From Fogging Your Glasses
5 Ways to Stop a Mask From Fogging Your Glasses

on March 30, 2021

These techniques range from free to low-cost.

This Travel Perk Is About to Disappear
This Travel Perk Is About to Disappear

on March 30, 2021

A benefit that grew out of the pandemic could be gone as soon as Thursday.

17 Things Frugal People Never Buy
17 Things Frugal People Never Buy

on March 30, 2021

If you’re a true tightwad, the mere thought of spending money on these items gives you the willies.

Why Your Airline Voucher May Expire Soon
Why Your Airline Voucher May Expire Soon

on March 29, 2021

If you received a flight credit last year, the clock may be ticking.

How to Use Your COVID-19 Mask to Get a Tax Break
How to Use Your COVID-19 Mask to Get a Tax Break

on March 29, 2021

The pandemic has opened the door to one small perk for those who have bought protective items.

9 Purchases It’s OK to Skimp On
9 Purchases It’s OK to Skimp On

on March 27, 2021

Being cheap — er, “frugal” — can be a good thing.

Social Security Increase Comes Up Short in 2021, Study Finds
Social Security Increase Comes Up Short in 2021, Study Finds

on March 27, 2021

Retirees say Social Security checks are not meeting their spending needs.

A Simple Way to Silence Robocalls Today
A Simple Way to Silence Robocalls Today

on March 26, 2021

A few steps can keep your phone from ringing when a spammer calls.

Top 10 Countries Rebounding Amid COVID-19 Vaccinations
Top 10 Countries Rebounding Amid COVID-19 Vaccinations

on March 26, 2021

Where does the U.S. rank among nations that are handling the pandemic well?

82% of Americans Say the Pandemic Has Shaped Retirement Plans
82% of Americans Say the Pandemic Has Shaped Retirement Plans

on March 25, 2021

For retirement savers, it has been the best — and worst — of times.

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