The best way to get rid of a credit card
(The Washington Post, January 17, 2017; 5:43 PM)
To cut down on clutter, cut up some of your credit cards
(The Washington Post, January 14, 2017; 12:33 AM)
To clean up your financial life, first assess the mess
(The Washington Post, January 10, 2017; 4:02 PM)
Join the challenge: #NoDebtNoMess
(The Washington Post, January 6, 2017; 11:55 AM)
Resolve to take a closer look at your retirement account
(The Washington Post, January 3, 2017; 6:01 PM)
In praise of penny-pinching, a most American trait
(The Washington Post, December 30, 2016; 1:04 PM)
Worried about your finances? Let your priorities guide you.
(The Washington Post, December 27, 2016; 3:56 PM)
Ten news stories that offer financial lessons
(The Washington Post, December 24, 2016; 10:33 PM)
Changing the conversation on your year-end financial checklist
(The Washington Post, December 21, 2016; 3:57 PM)
Here’s why they will most likely return your gifts
(The Washington Post, December 16, 2016; 4:20 PM)
You’re never too old to believe in Santa’s magic
(The Washington Post, December 13, 2016; 5:42 PM)
That mean ol’ Grinch gets a bad rap.
(The Washington Post, December 9, 2016; 6:26 PM)
The hard truths about an inheritance
(The Washington Post, December 6, 2016; 3:27 PM)
Let’s be real: For holiday gift-giving, cash is king
(The Washington Post, December 2, 2016; 9:01 AM)
Don’t let your parents drag you under financially
(The Washington Post, November 30, 2016; 3:17 PM)
Chances are your nest egg is in mutual funds. But what do you know about them?
(The Washington Post, November 26, 2016; 10:01 AM)
Readers weigh in on boycotting Trump products
(The Washington Post, November 24, 2016; 1:13 PM)
Those holiday savings? It’s still spending.
(The Washington Post, November 23, 2016; 10:37 AM)
Penny-pinchers unite: Let the angst go.
(The Washington Post, November 18, 2016; 10:42 AM)
Trump’s election does not bode well for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
(The Washington Post, November 15, 2016; 4:23 PM)
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