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The questions always come down to this: “Will Social Security be around when I’m ready to retire?”

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Most people cannot afford to take a hit — even if it’s temporary.

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The market’s gone up and up. When it goes down, instinct will say sell. You should buy.

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Ways to tame your finances

The man who boiled down wealth strategies onto one index card is back with tips for seniors on fixed incomes and others who need to do more with less.

How this millennial saved $1 million by age 30

How one man went from being unemployed, broke and living with his parents to saving $1 million by age 30.

What Lin-Manuel Miranda wishes he had known about money in his 20s

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda said he "had enough money in the bank” when he wanted to buy his first apartment, but he was almost held back by a mistake he had made as a young adult.

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Social Security’s programs are self-sufficient on paper, but in reality they’re running into major problems.

Post columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions.

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When you’re young, you tend to think you have more than enough time.

Discovery Communications and Scripps Networks are talking about combining — again.

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Kindness is laudable, but tough love is the key.

“I’m concerned that too many of our nation’s banks are increasingly driven to accumulate these [overdraft] fees, rather than pursue a business model that serves their communities, and are adopting certain practices to drive participation in so-called ‘overdraft protection’ programs,” Booker said in a letter obtained by The Washington Post.

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That is, a fear of missing out

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Explaining the folly of his plan to shuffle N.J. Lottery proceed into the state pension fund is no day at the beach

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The new law is a major game changer for consumers.

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After finding success in business, Dan Price pursued his interest in beekeeping and started a charity fueled by his honey sales.

Post columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions.

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Your wealth is connected to your physical — and mental — health.

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When it comes to your finances, your credit score is not the only number that counts.

Under the long-awaited rule, companies will be banned from using arbitration agreements that block consumers from joining group lawsuits.

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The exuberance of the day you don't have to work can be accompanied by a lot of anxiety.

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“The Mandibles” imagines a life where showers are a rare treat and cabbage costs $20.

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Omar de Frias’s Fratello Cigars is on track this year to sell $2 million worth from Chicago to Amsterdam.

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