If your savings account is not as bountiful as you want it to be, you’re not alone. In 2017, 57% of Americans reported having less than $1,000 in savings, with 39% of those people having nothing at all.7
If you’ve been watching what you eat, you’ve probably already experienced the difficulty of eating healthy when you go out to eat. Even when choosing a restaurant that provides many healthy items, the less healthy options always seem to tantalize the taste buds. So how do you override those urges […]
Every four years the worldwide view of snow changes. Instead of being seen as a part of the morning news forecast, that fluffy white powder becomes a platform for some of the greatest athletes to perform their remarkable skill. Athletes from roughly 90 countries will participate in the 2018 sporting […]
Our paper currency is printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which is one of the most visited buildings of the U.S. Government. Why is our currency green? Why do we have paper and coin options? U.S. Currency has a colorful history worth exploring. First, let’s start at the beginning.
During the height of the Great Recession, the unemployment rate reached 10%; recently, it has dropped to 4.1%.1 However, there’s a “shadow” statistic that’s rarely reported: the labor participation rate, which is the percentage of Americans who are either working full-time, or are actively seeking full-time employment. Immediately preceding the recession the […]