Changing the Face of Cash

Changing the Face of Cash

Queen Elizabeth II’s passing last week has brought about abrupt changes for many aspects of British life and what her passing means for the United Kingdom (UK) and Commonwealth countries. With the passing of the monarchy to now King Charles III many changes will come...
A New Look for Cash

A New Look for Cash

The Biden Administration announced earlier this year plans to accelerate the project to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with a likeness of Harriet Tubman, the abolitionist and former slave. Tubman’s likeness on the $20 will be the first time a woman,...
Celebrating Women on the Quarter

Celebrating Women on the Quarter

The U.S. Mint is changing up the face of the quarter. Titled the American Women Quarters Program, the U.S. mint will be releasing 5 quarters, depicting American women each year through 2025. These quarters celebrate “the accomplishments and contributions made by women...
Happy Birthday to the Euro!

Happy Birthday to the Euro!

From the 1960s the European Union (EU) had a goal to create a monetary system that could be used throughout the member countries.  In December 1991, a new treaty in the EU was agreed upon, one which contained the needed provisions in order to implement the monetary...
Cash for Lunar New Year

Cash for Lunar New Year

February 1, 2022 is the date of Lunar New Year in Chinese tradition. The Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in many Asian cultures, including the Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean communities. It is a celebration that spans several days, marked by...
A Cashless Society? We Think Not

A Cashless Society? We Think Not

There has been a lot of talk over the past years about the United States becoming a cashless society. While this idea was further pressed during the global COVID-19 pandemic, what is bearing out in the U.S. just doesn’t support the idea of the United States going...