We're not buying that $85 billion in cuts in a $3 trillion-plus budget will be a disaster.
...surplus) from 1790 until now, and the resulting cumulative national debt, are provided free by the U.S. Department of the Treasury in its monthly financial reports, which are available online.The reality is that, since 1958, Treasury Department...
...benefits for that year. - The surplus of tax money collected for Social Security is deposited in the U.S. Department of the Treasury's General Fund and spent by the U.S. Congress on non-Social Security expenses. Every year. All of it...
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...which recently changed its name from Millennium Bonding to Global Bonding, has been flagged by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Management Services Bureau after some federal agencies complained that it was trying to pass itself...
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - A walk through the cavernous banquet room at the Fontainebleau Hotel offers a clear indication that this is not your typical South Florida convention. For starters, not everyone wears a name tag. And among the convention materials is the slogan "You can't play the game if you don't know the rules." The game is money laundering. And, this week, the Fontainebleau became a headquarters of sorts for those who do it and those who want to catch those who do it.
SAVANNAH - Finding smuggled goods is like playing the world's hardest game of hide-and-seek. Every day, millions of containers make their way to and from the port of Savannah via ships from all over the world. They may hold food, electronics, clothing, toys, cars, lumber - virtually every item imaginable. Chances are good that hidden somewhere within those shipments - inside a tire or a hollowed-out log - there's illegal cargo. Chances are slim that authorities will find it.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Call it quartermania. Rep. Michael Castle's proposal to mint quarters commemorating the 50 states is picking up steam. It won the crucial, if reluctant, support of Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin on Friday. Congress still must pass legislation, but already there's talk in Illinois of putting Chicago Bull Michael Jordan on the back of the two-bits, opposite George Washington. The Chicago Tribune speculated on its front page about immortalizing the basketball hero in coin.
Recent financial news from the stock market, the world economy and government bailouts has just about everyone perplexed regarding which financial institutions are strong, which ones are in trouble and which ones will remain standing after the mergers and acquisitions are completed.
Here are a few tips to help keep yourself out of trouble when it comes to bouncing checks: