Woman To Be Featured on Newly Redesigned $10 Bill, Treasury Announces
July 15, 2015

Last week, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced plans for a redesign of the $10 bill, marking the first time in more than a century that a woman will be featured on a U.S. bill. Read More

Should Harriet Tubman Replace Jackson on the $20 Bill?
May 13, 2015

A grassroots campaign to put a woman from American history on the $20 has announced the results of an online poll to choose its desired candidate. Read More

The “Black Friday” Gold Scandal, 145 Years Ago
September 24, 2014

On the 145th anniversary of Jim Fisk and Jay Gould’s attempt to corner the U.S. gold market, learn more about one of the 19th century’s most infamous financial scandals. Read More

Will Paper Money Go the Way of the Dinosaur?
December 19, 2013

A number of nations are giving up paper currency. Could America be next? Read More

Jane Austen Wins a Place on UK Currency
July 25, 2013

The Bank of England announced this week that an image of the beloved author Jane Austen will be printed on the back of Britain’s 10-pound note—replacing famed naturalist Charles Darwin. Read More

A New Golden Age for Silver?
June 24, 2013

Helping antibiotics fight powerful drug-resistant bacteria is only the latest non-monetary use that humans have found for silver throughout history. Read More

It’s All About the (New) Benjamins
April 25, 2013

The Federal Reserve has announced that a new version of the $100 bill will enter circulation this fall. Read More

6 Things You May Not Know About Taxes
April 11, 2013

As the IRS filing deadline approaches, take a closer look at the history of U.S. taxes. Read More

8 Things You May Not Know About American Money
February 25, 2013

On the 150th anniversary of the law creating a single national currency, explore eight surprising facts about American money. Read More

German Gold Going Home?
January 16, 2013

This week's move marks the end of a financial arrangement meant to protect German interests at the height of the Cold War. Read More