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Tradeoff: No cash but faster lines as restaurants forgo cash
A small but growing number of restaurants are cashless, telling customers they can pay by credit or debit cards or smartphones, but not bills or coins
Seattle ICE lawyer charged with stealing immigrants' identities
The chief counsel for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Seattle was charged with stealing the identities of multiple immigrants over a four-year span, according to charging documents obtained by ABC News on Wednesday. Raphael A. Sanchez is accused of devising a scheme to defraud major
How to avoid paying ATM fees
From transaction fees to overdraft charges, banks are charging consumers more money than ever before. For example, the fee for withdrawing money from an out-of-network ATM has increased 55 percent, according to Bankrate.com. "When you go outside the ATM network oftentimes it's two fees. It's a fee
New survey reveals the credit cards with the most potential fees
A new survey from creditcards.com lists the cards that charge the most potential fees.
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine Sit Down With David Muir
Hillary Clinton holds a press conference on her plane as she gears up for the final days before the election.
Sen. Bob Corker on Trump: 'I Think He's Going to Have to Change'
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee chair is interviewed on "This Week."
Iranian Hackers Charged in Cyber Attacks Against US Targets
Federal prosecutors in New York have accused seven Iranian operatives of carrying out 176 days of coordinated denial-of-service attacks against 46 "major financial institutions" including the New York Stock Exchange, Bank of America and Capital One. The "experienced computer hackers" worked for a
Why Employers Are Offering Financial Wellness Programs
You already know your boss wants to help you lose weight and improve your vital signs, through one of the workplace wellness programs that more than 90 percent of big employers now offer. Now are you ready for the new kind of wellness in the workplace? Bank of America , Capital One , J.P. Morgan
Study Ranks Likability Of Celebrity Endorsers
A new study says the most likable celebrity pitching us products is Liam Neeson.
5 Credit Card Tips for Traveling Abroad
When you’re planning a trip to another country, talking with someone who has recently visited your destination can be one of the best ways to gather intel on what to bring — and what to leave at home. It only stands to reason that when it comes to paying for purchases overseas, it helps to talk