Knight Kiplinger

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Editor in Chief of the Kiplinger Letter and publisher of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine

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More people are filing their tax returns on time than the  Internal Revenue Service  had expected.

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More people are filing their tax returns on time than the Internal Revenue Service had expected.

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