How my daughter managed to finish college free of debt

The keys: planning, saving, scholarships and our family’s shared sense of frugality

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Trump tax reform: He’s got some explaining to do.

President Trump’s administration unveiled its tax plan, which was short on details.

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Color of Money Live: How should we treat the poor?

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

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Color of Money Live (May 4)

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

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Five lessons we can all learn from federal workers who may be facing a furlough

What you can do to position yourself for a disruption in income.

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Should you rent or own a home in retirement?

Five questions you should ask yourself when you’re debating renting vs. buying

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Don’t let Congress block consumer protections for prepaid card users

It’s an example of putting business interests first and the interests of the nation’s most financially vulnerable consumers last.

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Color of Money Live (April 20)

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

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Get a tax refund every year? Why you probably shouldn’t.

But if you do get a tax refund, you can do some good with it.

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The college graduate with a double major — and no debt

Thanks to a 529 plan and an inherited sense of frugality, she has no loans to repay

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