While most Giving Tuesday participants don’t expect to receive anything in return, there are some perks to donating money, especially at this time of year.
Will the Transportation Security Administration be able to handle what is expected to be the busiest Thanksgiving of all time?
Starting with this year’s freshman class, personal finance will be a required course for students at Oconomowoc High School in Wisconsin.
According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), Americans will spend $9.1 billion on Halloween candy, costumes and pumpkins in 2017. This is up 8.3% from last year.
On Monday, the Atlanta-based airline announced that they will hire 1,000 flight attendants for 2018. Applicants must be 21-years-old, service-oriented and obviously, not afraid of flying.
Starting on Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from a handful of states may have to show an alternate ID to Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents at the airport.
RaiseMe, a site that offers incremental micro-scholarships to college-bound high school students, is partnering with colleges to offer eligible seniors up to $4,000 just for filling out the FAFSA.