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POSTJun 23, 2017
Paper money was first developed over 1000 years ago as a promissory note for gold and silver that was held at the bank, similarly to the way we use checks for cash held at the bank. Banknotes are more commonly known as cash, bills, greenbacks, benjamins, bucks, bacon, big ones, and dough. Not surprisingly, with . . .
POSTMay 06, 2017
$100,000 bills were printed, but not publicly circulated, and were only used for federal reserve bank transactions. A portrait of Woodrow Wilson, who served as the 28th President of the United States, is featured on the front of the bill. This infographic depicts all the forms of US paper and coin currency produced in the United States, . . .
POSTAug 26, 2015
No matter your financial situation, there is always room to save. Whether at the grocery store, or around the house, there are always opportunities to spend less and save more. So why is saving so hard? It’s because saving money requires you to change your habits and lifestyle. It requires you to eat out less, . . .