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A Positive Company Culture Aids in the Work of U.S. Money...

The modern workplace is evolving from the stuffy business environment of the past into a community-based group working...

Congressman Criticizes U.S. Mint for “Disappointing and Concerning” Inaction on Counterfeit...

U.S. Secret Service Also Frustrated with U.S. Mint’s “Lack of Supporting Action” Washington, DC (March 12, 2018) – Congressmen Alex Mooney (R-WV) criticized the United...

National Precious Metals Company Announces Sound Money Scholarship Winners

December 13, 2017 (Eagle, Idaho) -- A national precious metals dealer has selected four outstanding students to receive tuition assistance from America’s first gold-backed...

Women put off by aggressive money advice

Research firm Kantar spoke to 30,000 women and concluded that financial advice is largely "a man's world".

6 Women in Their 30s Share What They Wish They Knew...

Religion, politics, sex, money — they’re the topics we’re warned to avoid at the dinner table, but we believe these are the real-life issues that millennial women should be discussing on the regular.

The economy has improved but money worries persist High levels of...

Consumers across a range of income levels are worrying more about money. A new study by MassMutual suggests the worry stems from personal finance issues, but is not confined to financial matters.

Financial legacy means more than just money

“Generational wealth, that’s the key,” said hip-hop artists and entrepreneur Jay-Z in his song Legacy on his new album 4:44. He’s right.

Opinion: 7 real ways for millennials to save money

It seems young people get blamed for everything these days. Millennials have been accused of killing marriage, home ownership, chain restaurants, diamonds, department stores, face-to-face interaction and pretty much every long, boring sporting event imaginable.

A Guide to Saving Money with Saivian

More and more people are downloading one of the latest apps that can help them claim 20% cashback on everything they buy.

Consumer Watch: Declutter and save money

Too much stuff in your house can be overwhelming and costing you money.

How this app can save you money

Uber Italy’s former CEO, Benedetta Arese Lucini, wants to change the way we save our money in the UK.

Parents failing to teach their kids about money

Kiwi parents are setting their children up to fail by keeping them in the dark about money, says financial adviser Hannah McQueen.

5 money mistakes young families need to avoid

As a young family, it's important that you're making the best decision for your future and the future of your loved ones. When you're dealing with your finances, it can be confusing navigating all of the different options.

Less money, more problems:

Many people in her home country didn't have the privileges or opportunities to financially succeed. In some cases, they didn't even have money for food or shelter.

The Depressing Reason Women Should Care About Money

Stacy Francis had planned on pursuing work in the arts and humanities — but at 18, she had a frank conversation with her grandmother that inspired her to completely change her career path.

Can Your Money Rules Fit On An Index Card?

For many people, establishing good habits is a matter of extremes. If you're trying to drink less coffee, you might go cold turkey instead of downsizing to one cup a day.

The VA overpaid tens of thousands of veterans, and now it...

Every month since June 2009, Tad Steckler has received a disability benefits check from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Steps to stop you passing bad money habits on to your...

People who have declared bankruptcy were more likely to have kids who do not save any money that they get, and spend cash as soon as they receive it and expect their parents to buy them what they want, according to a new survey from T. Rowe Price.

8 money problems financial education could have avoided

Companies increasingly realize that employee financial wellness is crucial to their bottom lines, and to employees stressed over money—particularly as they approach retirement knowing their savings are falling far short.

Sound Money Is Rising at the State Level

Inflation is the most pernicious of taxes levied by our government. Officials systematically devalue the Federal Reserve Note “dollar,” then levy capital gains taxes on assets when their dollar price rises.