U.S. Mint Rolling Out New Quarters That Will Feature Prominent American Women, Including Maya Angelou And Sally RideIf you see a quarter showing poet Dr. Maya Angelou, feel inspired. It will be the first in a series of commemorative quarters honoring influential women.
Families Embracing Kid-Friendly Debit Cards To Learn Financial Literacy At Younger AgeHow soon is too soon to give kids their own debit card? Maybe sooner than you think with cards that let parents monitor every transaction and more.
Tax Service Company Says IRS Will Reissue Stimulus Checks Sent To Wrong Bank AccountsAfter the IRS sent millions of stimulus payments to the wrong bank accounts, tax preparation companies said they’ve worked with the IRS to fix the error.
Cash Rules: New York City Businesses To Face $1,000 Fine For Failing To Accept Dollars, Coins As PaymentCash is king once again in the Big Apple.
U.S. Economy Suffers Biggest Quarterly Decline On RecordThe U.S. economy shrank at a record-breaking 32.9% rate in the second quarter of this year as Americans sheltered at home during the coronavirus pandemic, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
Glitch Causes Delay In Federal Unemployment Checks, Leaving Many On Edge About MoneyIf you receive federal unemployment payments, in addition to state unemployment, you may have noticed your money wasn’t in your account this week.
NYC Council Passes Law Requiring Businesses To Accept CashCash is a universal currency and now New York City businesses will have to accept it.
Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates For First Time Since 2008What it means for borrowers is that those with credit cards tied to prime interest rates may see a small drop in their interest charges
Your Monthly Subscription Services Are Costing A Lot More Than You Budgeted For, Experts Say“I have Xfinity, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Prime Video, and I've subscribed on Apple Music,” one New Yorker said. “How much do you estimate that costs?” CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge asked. “Probably a lot!”
Millennial Money: Author Shares Financial Tips For Young AdultsNatalie Elisha Gold, author of "The Millennial's Guide to the Universe: How to Live the New International Dream," sat down with CBS2’s Cindy Hsu and Janelle Burrell
Teaching Teens How To Manage Their MoneyWhen it comes to money know-how, a teenager’s expertise is often limited.
Financial Tips From The Author Of 'The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money'Nearly seven out of 10 Americans say finances are a significant source of stress, according to a recent survey.
Expert Explains How The Government Shutdown Will Affect You This Tax SeasonJohn Lieberman, a certified public accountant from Perelson and Weiner, says the IRS has its work cut out for them this spring.
Dow Falls Over 600 Points As Tech Giants Suffer Big LossesA broad sell-off in technology companies pulled U.S. stocks sharply lower Monday, knocking more than 600 points off the Dow
Police: Suspects Run Over Woman With Car During Fight To Steal $75,000the woman had just withdrawn $75,000 from the bank for their local check cashing business when she was ambushed by a thief who tried to rip her purse away.