Millennials Pile Up Debt To Keep Up With Their Friends, Survey FindsThe fear of missing out, or FOMO, is reportedly driving many millennials into serious debt.
42 Percent Of Americans At Risk Of Retiring Broke, Survey FindsAccording to personal finance website GoBankingRates.com, 42 percent of Americans polled said they have less than $10,000 saved for their eventual retirement.
Bank Of America Plans To Stop Lending To Makers Of Assault WeaponsBank of America says it plans to stop lending money to gunmakers who produce military-style firearms for civilians.
Odds Of Being Audited By IRS Lowest In 15 Years, Report SaysAudits have fallen for the sixth straight year with only 0.62 percent of taxpayers being examined by the IRS in 2017.
Check Your Mail: Valpak May Have Sent You A $100 CheckValpak says $100 checks have been randomly placed in their envelopes and are being mailed out to each of the company's 150 markets.
Tooth Fairy Payouts Are On The Decline, Survey FindsWhile the "tooth fairy's generosity" grew to $4.66 per tooth in 2016, kids only got $4.13 last year.
Some Public Safety Employees Feel Prop P Raises are UnequalSome of those on the front lines of public safety are wondering why they aren't getting answers about what they believe are unequal raises.
Local College Offers Employees Bonuses from Tax SavingsA college in southwest Missouri says it will give employees a bonus because of savings from recent federal tax code changes.
Florida Man Punches ATM That Gave Him Too Much MoneyA Florida man told investigators he punched an automatic teller machine because it gave him "too much cash."
Bitcoin Officially up for TradeFuture contracts for the cryptocurrency were available for the first time on the Chicago Board Options Exchange on Sunday afternoon.
Missouri Politicians Defend Tax BillSen. Roy Blunt and Congressman Jason Smith defend the tax reform to help Missouri residents
Dine-Out Fundraiser Planned for Arnold Officer Ryan O'ConnorThe dine-out event is set for December 20th.