Tag: Money

Australia Misspells ‘Responsibility’ On New $50 Bill

People in Australia have noticed a misprint in the newly released $50 bills. The banknotes misspelled the word "responsibility" in the micro-text for Edith Cowan's historic speech as the first female member of the country's Parliament.

Life & Style May 10, 2019

People With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder More Likely To Have Money Problems

A charity in the United Kingdom has found that people with mental health issues such as obsessive compulsive disorder are more likely to have money problems. There is a way to change that, the charity said.

Public Health March 27, 2019

Fluctuating Income Places You At Risk Of Heart Attack And Early Death

Individuals with volatile income have higher risk of suffering from heart events such as stroke and heart attack. They also have higher risk for early death compared with those with more stable income. Here's why.

Public Health January 8, 2019

One Way Money Can Buy Happiness, According To Science

If you think money can't buy happiness, think again. A new study reveals the benefits of buying time, such as paying someone to do household tasks, for greater life satisfaction.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 25, 2017

Avocados Breaking Millennial Banks, Says Millionaire

In today's spending culture, young people are always looking for the best, but question where their money is. Millionaire Tim Gurner might have the answer.

Life & Style May 16, 2017

BusyKid Is The App For Tracking Chores Where Children Learn How To Make Money

BusyKid is a new platform that allows parents to track chores and pay allowances to their children, who in turn learn about earning, saving and spending.

Apps/Software February 15, 2017

Texas Bank Teller Stole $1.25 Million In Fraud Scheme

A former bank teller faces 30 years in prison for stealing $1.25 million over 10 years from a First National Bank branch in Texas. How did she steal the money?

Feature February 4, 2017

The Highest Paying Jobs: These 11 Jobs Surprisingly Pay $100,000 And More

These 11 jobs, including some white collar ones, surprisingly come with healthy salaries of $100,000 and more.

Business Tech July 14, 2016

Thieves Steal $2 Million In Taiwan ATM Heist

Police are looking for three suspects believed to have perpetrated the US$2.17 million ATM heist in Taiwan. How did the suspects manage to steal such large amount of money from cash machines?

Security July 13, 2016

Boston Cab Driver Turns In $187K Passenger Left Behind In His Taxi

A 72-year old Boston cab driver turned in to the police $187,000 in cash left behind by a passenger. The man who lost the money is a recovering drug addict and has been homeless for a long time.

Life & Style July 7, 2016

Bank Of America Now Supports Android Pay At Its Cardless ATMs

Tired of plastic cards? Good news - you can now use Android Pay at Bank of America cardless terminals.

Business Tech May 20, 2016

Yes, Money Can Buy Happiness: New Study Reveals How

Money can indeed make you happy but it depends on how you use it. Researchers found a link between money, happiness and personality traits.

Life April 11, 2016

Stress Caused By Money Worries May Cause Physical Pain

An empty wallet is certainly upsetting, and it may even be causing you physical pain. New research suggests that economic insecurity is strongly linked to physical pain.

Life February 23, 2016

The More Money You Have, The Longer You Live: Report

Rich and educated people live longer than poor people. The disparity has been increasing over time.

Life February 22, 2016

Log-Log App Lets Users Know How Much Money They Make When Using The Bathroom At Work

This app will calculate who much money users are making while taking a bathroom break at work.

Apps/Software February 11, 2016

Here's How Much Apple, Facebook And Other Tech Companies Make In A Second

Trading portal Penny Stocks Lab is letting people follow just how much the tech companies make in real-time.

Money February 5, 2016

Chase ATMs Will Soon Let You Withdraw Money Via Smartphone

Chase Bank has announced that its customers will be able to deposit or withdraw funds, as well as complete other normal transactions, with only their smartphones at ATMS scheduled to be upgraded later this year.

Apps/Software January 27, 2016

Here's What You Can Buy If You Won The $800 Million Powerball Jackpot

Winning the highest ever jackpot for the Powerball lottery is in everyone's prayers right now. Check out some of the things you can buy and do with the earnings if you become the lucky ticket holder.

Internet Culture January 9, 2016

Five Studies Reveal How Money Can Buy You Happiness

Money can't buy you love, but it can surely buy you happiness. Here are five reasons as to how and why the power of purchasing can give you and the people around you a reason to smile.

Society December 25, 2015

Twitter Will Test Sending Out Branded Tweets To Logged-Out Twitter Users

Have a logged-out desktop Twitter account? Twitter might use it to promote branded content.

Internet December 10, 2015

What's The Real Value Of $100 In Your State?

A team of economists presents that the value $100 varies, depending on which US state you live in. According to the information provided, one can buy the same type of product at a lower price in some states than others.

Society July 11, 2015

Redesigned $10 Bill Will Feature A Woman: Pocahontas And Other Women Featured On U.S. Currency

We'll have to wait until 2020 to finally see a woman on a regular paper bill for circulation. Meanwhile, here are other women who have been honored on U.S. currencies, either on paper or minted.

Feature June 18, 2015

5 New Toys Floyd Mayweather Can Buy With His $200 Million Pacquiao Fight Earnings

Forbes estimates that Floyd Mayweather Jr. will earn a paycheck of over $200 million for his win over Manny Pacquiao. What to do with all that cash? Here are a few ideas for new toys that "Money" Mayweather may want to consider.

Movies/TV Shows May 15, 2015

Smokers Who Wager Money Have Better Odds Of Kicking The Habit

Wagering money to quit smoking is more likely to make smokers quit the habit. About 18 percent of Americans are regular smokers and this percentage has barely changed in the last 10 years.

Life May 14, 2015

Tax Day 2015 Deals: The Best Discounts To Make Paying Your Taxes Less Painful

Americans don't usually look forward to Tax Day. However, with so many awesome deals, sales and freebies available in honor of the day, you can't help but like it a little.

Feature April 15, 2015

Tax Day 2015: Why Is April 15 The Deadline To Pay Taxes?

These days, everyone knows that April 15 is the day Americans have to file and pay their taxes by. But how did the U.S. government settle on this deadline?

Internet Culture April 14, 2015

Tax Day 2015: The History Of Why We Pay Taxes By April 15

Everyone knows you have to file your tax return by April 15. However, why doe we do this and when did this not-so-beloved tradition start?

Internet Culture April 13, 2015

Uber Or Taxi? This App Will Help You Figure Out Which Is Cheaper

When you've got somewhere to be, you want the most convenient and cheapest option. Now, there's an app to help you figure out whether an Uber car or a taxicab is the way to go.

Internet Culture March 19, 2015

Send Money To Your Friends With New Facebook Messenger PayPal Like Service

Facebook has announced that it is allowing users to send and receive payments through Messenger, its mobile messaging system. The news is likely to make waves in the peer-to-peer payment industry, considering the feature is still relatively unpopular in the U.S.

Apps/Software March 17, 2015

You Won't Believe How Much Weddings Cost On Average These Days

You probably had an idea that it's not cheap to throw a wedding. However, the average cost of a wedding in 2014 may convince you to stay single.

Internet Culture March 14, 2015

Canadians Are 'Spocking' Their Money To Pay Tribute To Leonard Nimoy

Since Leonard Nimoy's death was announced last Friday, there has been an outpour of touching tributes to the late 'Star Trek' actor. What has become known as 'Spocking' might be the coolest one yet.

Internet Culture March 2, 2015

Money Stresses Out Americans The Most: Here's Why

Despite a supposedly improving national economy, a report by the American Psychological Association has revealed that most Americans are still stressed because of money.

Life February 9, 2015

Americans Are Feeling Less Stress: What's Changed?

The Stress in America survey reveals Americans are less stressed than in previous years. But, who is still the most stressed, and why?

Life February 4, 2015

So Long, Monopoly Money — Some Sets Will Now Come With Real Money In France

Everyone loves fanning themselves with a wad of colorful Monopoly money while playing the classic board game. But what if you actually had real money to help keep yourself cool?

Movies/TV Shows February 2, 2015

Money Can Help Stave Off Sadness: But You Still Can't Buy Happiness

Money can help keep some sadness away but money cannot buy happiness. High income or wads of cash cannot enhance happiness of a person.

January 29, 2015

This Is What A Trillion Dollars Actually Looks Like

If you've ever wondered how much space $1 trillion would take up, here's your chance. Hint: it's a lot.

Internet Culture January 26, 2015

The Sweet Smell Of Money Woke This Man From A Yearlong Coma

It does have a certain aroma to it.

Internet Culture January 12, 2015

Save Money in 2015: Here are the Best Money Management Apps and Practical Saving Tips

Keep your New Year's resolution to stay on top of your finances and save up some serious cash with these tips.

Internet Culture January 8, 2015

Good news for Alaskans: Most residents will receive almost $1,900 in oil money

Eligible Alaskan residents are set to receive the annual payout from the Alaska Permanent Fund on Oct. 2. This year, the residents get nearly $1,900 as payout oil money.

Society September 18, 2014

Cash or credit? What paying with plastic says about you

A new survey found that how people pay for purchases differs according age groups. Millennials favor debit cards over cash, even for small purchases as opposed to most Americans over age 50 who use cash.

Internet Culture August 29, 2014

What vices are the Millennials in your state buying?

An infographic gets inside the minds of young people and shows how much money they spend on coffee, alcohol and fast food by region. What are the Millennials in your state spending money on?

Internet Culture August 6, 2014

Apple lets bitcoin app back into App Store

Apple appears to be lifting a ban on bitcoin apps. UK firm Blockchain claims its app has been allowed back in the App Store and is ready for download.

Apps/Software July 28, 2014

iTunes Pass arrives in U.S., Australia

Apple has announced the iTunes Pass feature is now ready for use in the United States and Australia. It comes only days after it launched the service in Japan.

Apps/Software July 17, 2014

Kickstarter effort will fund coolest cooler invention and we're not talking temperature

A new Kickstarter campaign looks to break records in funding. The Coolest Cooler has already sparked massive interest and over $4 million in funding, with more than a month to go.

Gadgets July 14, 2014

Tech interns making big moolah at top companies

Tech interns at top companies in Silicon Valley are getting younger. They are also making more money.

Money July 10, 2014

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