"Not saving enough is a long-held American tradition, right up there with baseball and apple pie," one financial adviser says.

Whatever little bit you can sock away will help you later in life. (iStock)

Consumer groups and civil rights leaders worry that President Trump will fire him.

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

Too many people overlook the power of the 401(k)

Highlights

That is NOT the IRS Calling You!

If you owe the IRS money, you will receive a polite letter informing you. It will never ever call you.

How to keep your cash from leaving the nest when your kids do

Parents should view this new period in their lives as a time to re-evaluate their financial plans, financial advisers say.

The federal insurance fund protecting millions of pensions is running out of cash

With no rescue plan in place for one of the nation's largest pension funds, the insurance program for multiemployer plans faces a troubled future.

So your parents keep bailing out your irresponsible sibling. For your own sake, let the bad feelings go.

Two pension experts help to answer your questions

Multigenerational family living can make good money sense — but he should probably go.

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

Don’t risk losing your job or get in trouble with your supervisor because you’re distracted or fighting about Trump.

Worried that the president’s policies could hurt your long-term security? Read this.

The truth is there's no right answer for everyone. It depends entirely on your personal circumstances.

Trump has put the rule under review. Here’s why it’s important to be well informed about it.

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

A lot of you are hiding money or a credit card, according to according to a new survey.

Being in a rush to get money may cost more than you should spend.

Whether this financial rule hurts you isn't up to Trump -- it's up to you

Whether you fan or foe of Trump, his actions will shape the retirement landscape.

Your own “alternative facts” can affect your finances.

Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your money questions.

For a lot of people counting on pensions, there could be some rough years ahead.

They had some hiccups ($400 a month for water? $30 to “rent a bed”?) — but learned the value of managing money.

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