Columnist Erin Burt says farewell. Here's a look back at some of her favorite stories and projects for Kiplinger.com. August 28, 2009 After nine years at Kiplinger -- including five years as our Starting Out columnist -- Erin Burt is leaving us to spend more time with her growing family. The advice she's given has guided many a young people on the path of financial adulthood.We asked her to share a handful of her most-recent favorite projects. She says, "That's like asking me to pick a favorite among my three children." Nevertheless... COLUMNS Why You Need Multiple Savings Accounts This simple budgeting trick takes the stress out of paying your bills and helps you make ends meet. Sponsored Content 10 Financial Commandments for Your 20s 10 Financial Commandment for Your 30s Just starting out? Set yourself up for a lifetime of money success with these time-tested principles. Advertisement Lessons I've Learned From Being Broke Years of struggling to get ahead have been a blessing in disguise. Here are six principles to a fulfilling financial life no matter how little you have. Get More Respect at Work How to get people to see past your age or gender and notice your merits. QUIZZES & OTHER PROJECTS Is It Worth It? From warehouse clubs to home and car maintenance, we present you with ten situations for you to decide. Is it worth the cost? Or should you save your money? Financial Truth or Bunk? Round I & Round II These money rules of thumb are often touted as gospel truth. Do they point you in the right direction -- or lead you astray? Take our quizzes to see if you can tell. When is the Best Time to Buy...? Our slide shows take you on a month-by-month tour of the best bargains. A Grad's Guide to the Real World From starting your career to managing your money, here's a guide to everything you wish you had learned in school ... but didn't.