George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin — these people have a number of things in common. They are all famous U.S. figures. (No, they were not all U.S. presidents.) Their faces are all on U.S. currency. And they are all men. Indeed, all U.S. paper currency notes bear the faces of American forefathers
The Treasury and the Social Security Administration are intercepting tax refunds to satisfy old debts going back decades. Should this be allowed to happen?
This morning’s February employment report had mixed news for the economy and for mortgage borrowers.
There are important differences between savings bonds and certificates of deposits.
No more worries about using or losing your medical flexible spending account, or FSA, money. Uncle Sam now allows you to carry over $500 in unused FSA funds each year.
A new study finds minority-owned banks tend to offer higher-than-average CD rates, especially on shorter-term CDs.
Ben Bernanke, Martin Greunberg and four other top regulators are named in a new lawsuit for the unsuccessful enactment of the Volcker rule.
If you use some of your tax refund to buy a savings bond, you can get the savings instrument as an actual, old-school piece of paper.
Prospects are dim for bold legislation, even after President Obama pushes for it in his State of the Union. Budget cuts and a new Treasury chief are discussion topics.
Think mortgage rates are low? Well, they are about to get lower.