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Don’t drag a mortgage into retirement
Many seniors will drag a mortgage to their grave.
Lean right back in: The maternity leave debate
(The Washington Post, September 3, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Tips and songs for getting through this week’s stock market shock
(The Washington Post, August 27, 2015; 8:00 AM)
The financial impact of the Ashley Madison hack
(The Washington Post, August 20, 2015; 8:00 AM)
The broke millionaire next door: A list of sports stars who’ve lost fortunes
(The Washington Post, August 13, 2015; 9:43 AM)
With Pell grants, some inmates may pursue a college education
(The Washington Post, August 6, 2015; 10:19 AM)
How do you go broke on $100 million?
(The Washington Post, July 30, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Mom, Dad, it’s your fault I’m a financial failure
(The Washington Post, July 23, 2015; 8:00 AM)
50 Cent is having dollar difficulties
(The Washington Post, July 15, 2015; 10:52 AM)
The $229,500 robocall: A Texas woman’s lawsuit sends a message
(The Washington Post, July 9, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Fathers and finance: What kind of legacy to leave
(The Washington Post, June 18, 2015; 9:34 AM)
A good primer on collecting Social Security
(The Washington Post, June 11, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Getting the goods after goodwill gestures
(The Washington Post, June 4, 2015; 9:49 AM)
Can anybody keep your personal data safe?
(The Washington Post, May 28, 2015; 8:00 AM)
This teen turned down 8 Ivy League schools. Here's why that was a smart move.
(The Washington Post, May 21, 2015; 10:28 AM)
Why do so many narratives show such disdain for the poor?
(The Washington Post, May 14, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Financial fight over the fight of the century
(The Washington Post, May 7, 2015; 8:00 AM)
The Baltimore riots and the price paid by all of us
(The Washington Post, April 30, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Would you go into debt to pay for vet care for your cat or dog?
(The Washington Post, April 23, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Rich and bankrupt, poor and bad-mouthed
(The Washington Post, April 16, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Willing to be a little bit country to get your mortgage paid for a year?
(The Washington Post, April 9, 2015; 10:40 AM)
For the love of sports and college money
(The Washington Post, April 2, 2015; 10:43 AM)
A surprising cost to posting negative reviews
(The Washington Post, March 26, 2015; 10:32 AM)
Making money off of March Madness
(The Washington Post, March 18, 2015; 4:35 PM)
DirecTV is not so direct, the FTC says
(The Washington Post, March 12, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Tinder is not so gentle with matchmaking prices for older users
(The Washington Post, March 5, 2015; 8:00 AM)
It’s been a taxing season already
(The Washington Post, February 26, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Tax fraud: How not to become a victim this filing season
(The Washington Post, February 19, 2015; 10:12 AM)
How a frugal janitor saved, invested and ultimately amassed $8 million
(The Washington Post, February 12, 2015; 10:14 AM)
Valentine’s Day on the cheap: Saying I love you doesn’t have to cost anything
(The Washington Post, February 5, 2015; 9:48 AM)
What’s the lesson in the abandoned proposal to end tax benefits for 529 plans?
(The Washington Post, January 29, 2015; 12:09 PM)
Enter our contest: ‘Honey, I need some money!’
(The Washington Post, January 22, 2015; 10:11 AM)
It’s going to be a taxing season: Start working on returns early to avoid IRS delays
(The Washington Post, January 15, 2015; 10:18 AM)
Start the new year with a financial fast and take our 21-day challenge
(The Washington Post, January 8, 2015; 11:04 AM)
Consumerism in Cuba: When can Americans try out those nearby tropical beaches?
(The Washington Post, December 18, 2014; 10:23 AM)
Pensions guaranteed a stream of income until you died. Promises are being broken.
(The Washington Post, December 11, 2014; 9:41 AM)
No gifts for you: Parents try to teach a Christmas lesson
(The Washington Post, December 4, 2014; 12:07 PM)
When a $1 billion divorce award isn’t enough
(The Washington Post, November 20, 2014; 11:58 AM)
Being a renter doesn’t make you a financial failure
(The Washington Post, November 13, 2014; 10:44 AM)
The midterm and your money: Will your finances be affected by the GOP sweep?
(The Washington Post, November 6, 2014; 10:25 AM)
The payoff for strict parenting
(The Washington Post, October 30, 2014; 11:06 AM)
With the gyrations in the stock market, is it still important to invest?
(The Washington Post, October 23, 2014; 10:29 AM)
Is the stock market plunge causing you to panic?
(The Washington Post, October 16, 2014; 10:56 AM)
College loans crowding out other debts
(The Washington Post, October 9, 2014; 10:30 AM)
Suddenly wealthy, just as quickly broke: Be careful with that windfall
(The Washington Post, October 2, 2014; 12:16 PM)
Seniors’ rooftop retirement expense
(The Washington Post, September 25, 2014; 9:05 AM)
Another assault on Ray Rice’s wife
(The Washington Post, September 11, 2014; 10:37 AM)
A bet you can win and lose: Diet Web sites offer monetary weight-loss motivation
(The Washington Post, September 4, 2014; 10:10 AM)
Challenge college students about degrees that underpay
(The Washington Post, August 28, 2014; 10:00 AM)
Get out of the office: We don’t need any more ‘work martyrs’
(The Washington Post, August 21, 2014; 9:53 AM)
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