90% Of Workers Likely To See More Money In Paycheck Next MonthThe U.S. Treasury estimates that 90% of people who get a paycheck are likely to see more in take-home pay, as soon as February.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
How Do Americans Spend Their Tax Refund?According to a survey, most Americans seem to be responsible when it comes to spending their tax refund.
Americans Would Choose Money Over True Love, Survey FindsAccording to a survey, Americans are more likely to choose a million dollars over true love even around Valentine's Day.
Republican Congressman's Move Could Block Harriet Tubman From $20 BillA Republican congressman is trying to block the Treasury from redesigning U.S. currency.
Harriet Tubman To Replace Andrew Jackson On $20 BillFormer President Andrew Jackson’s portrait is coming off the $20 bill, the U.S. government has decided.
Study: Power Of Money Is Limited In WorkplaceMoney talks, but can it motivate your boss? WBZ business reporter Jeff Brown finds the power of dollar bills are limited in the workplace.
What An Interest Rate Hike Would Mean For YouHere’s what the likely increase of a quarter percent will mean for you.
Survey Shows Most Workers Don't Expect Holiday Bonus'Tis the season for giving--but apparently not for employers, according to a BankRate.com survey.
Massachusetts One Of The Least Charitable States, Study Says'Tis the season of giving--but a study conducted by financial website Wallet Hub showed Massachusetts to be giving less than most other states.
Massachusetts Cities, Towns Still Feeling Financial Pinch, Report SaysA new report finds that even as the overall economy improves, cities and towns in Massachusetts are still feeling plenty of financial strain.
Companies Offering Employees Financial ClassesCompanies are offering financial education classes and they are changing people's lives.