Paying with certain coins, charging for certain mystical services, even dancing. All make this list of some of the world's weirdest laws governing money.
Ever wonder why people call a dollar a "greenback" or a "buck?" Read on to learn the roots of those nicknames and more!
After a winter of high valuations — and high profile heists — Bitcoin has lost some of its luster. Is it still worth anybody's attention?
Coin's like a universal remote for your plastic: a magical device that lets you store and toggle among all your cards, without actually having to carry around any of them.
Save money and protect your credit card from fraud with Ondot's new Card Control app.
Have you been using multiple accounts to save for multiple goals? New research suggests a simpler system might lead to more saving.
A look at the recent Great Recession through a glass half full reveals a few positive effects of the economic malaise.
New rules will make it easier to monitor fees charged by your 401(k) account administrator. Here's how to avoid paying many of them.
The Rolling Jubilee is a great PR move — buying, then forgiving debt from real people. But in terms of change, one writer says it might hurt more than help.
The housing market is rebounding, and the buyer's market is ending. But should you rush to buy a home now? Read this article to help decide.
As we get older, we try to shift the way we get money from actively working to earning money from investments. Many companies have done the same.
Have you been hearing about the "fiscal cliff"? Discover what the cliff is comprised of, and why some say we're moving rapidly towards it.
The Facebook IPO has been the subject of a lot of hype — much of which it hasn't lived up to. Learn how to make a well-informed IPO purchase.
An earthquake can send waves through much more than water — learn how various natural disasters affect prices for products around the world.
Getting tired of high ATM fees and no interest on your savings account? Want to switch to a better bank or credit union? Do so in a few easy steps.
The conforming loan limit for home loans in the U.S. fell back to pre-2008 levels recently. Now lawmakers want to raise it again. Learn how it could affect you.
We know how inflation happens—excess growth in the money supply. But why does inflation happen?
Some say that the Occupy Wall Street movement lacks a clear message. But to one writer, what they're saying is perfectly clear.
Outraged, annoyed, or otherwise frustrated by Bank of America's new debit card fee? Learn why the bank is instituting the fee and what else might happen.
Once again, people are comparing Social Security to a Ponzi scheme. That's a bogus comparison. Here's why.
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