New Deadline Time For Mega Millions Drawing

March 27, 2023

Mega Millions will have a new deadline to purchase tickets. Starting April 4, that time will be changed from 10:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. According to the New York Lottery, this change will allow lottery officials to conduct closing procedures for each draw. They added that the change is operational and will not have an […]

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New Philadelpha Program to Give Pregnant Mother Extra Money

March 27, 2023

If you’re an expecting mother the city of Philadelphia may be the place you would want to give birth. City officials announced they’re getting ready to launch a trial program that will give $1,000 to expecting Mothers that live in certain areas of the city. The program will be called the “Philly Joy Bank” and […]

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Is Your Partner Lying About Their Finances?

March 27, 2023

According to a recent study, this includes everything from stretching the truth about spending, to job-related earnings, and the value of savings and investment accounts. More than a third of adults in the U.S. say they have lied to a partner about their finances. The study by Forbes Advisor and Prolific that found that: 1- 38% of […]

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Bags Of Nickel Worth Over $1 Million Turns To Bags Of Stones

March 22, 2023

Imagine having 54 metric tons of a metal stored away in a warehouse and it is worth over $1 million. When you go to cash in you are told you sent bags of rocks worth $0 instead. That happened to JPMorgan Chase according to the Wall Street Journal. The company had bags of what they […]

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Another Month, Another Round Of Amazon Job Layoffs

March 21, 2023

Amazon just announced plans to cut another 9,000 positions, its second round of mass layoffs in recent months. The announcement comes just months after Amazon eliminated about 18,000 positions. The company will be targeting roles in its cloud computing unit, human resources division, advertising and Twitch, according to a letter to employees from CEO Andy Jassy. After […]

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Start-Ups Face “Extinction Level Event” As Silicon Valley Bank Collapses

March 10, 2023

Silicon Valley industries such as Airbnb, DoorDash and Dropbox are scrambling to make payroll after their bank assets were siezed by U.S regulators on Friday. Many tech companies and workers hurried to withdraw money from Silicon Valley Bank this week after industry-wide concerns of the bank’s health spread. This prompted the second biggest bank failure […]

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Personal Financial Errors Could Cost You Over $1800 In 2022

March 6, 2023

We all have made some financial mistakes. On average, U.S. adults lost $1,819 to personal financial errors in 2022, according to the latest National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) report. Over 38% of individuals said their lack of financial knowledge cost them more than $500 in 2022, while 23% reported losing over $2,500, and 15% said it […]

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Looking To Buy Clothing & Shoes? Why You Should Wait Until March 1st

February 27, 2023

Starting March 1st, clothing and shoe purchases under $110 will no longer have a four percent sales tax from the county. The exemption will apply to every individual item (or pair, for shoes) under $110 in an order. The purchases can be made either in person or online. Click Here To Read More. Source: Rochester […]

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Former Detroit Rapper Cheated The IRS Out Of $28 Million

February 27, 2023

A former Detroit rapper was sentenced to more than four years in prison for a $28 million tax fraud scheme that cheated the Internal Revenue Service and state treasuries of six states. United States Attorney Dawn N. Ison announced on Friday that Sameerah Marrell, who also uses aliases such as Sameerah Pickett, Sameerah Anderson, Loren Boyd, and Crème, […]

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Should You Automate Your Personal Finances?

February 27, 2023

Instead of manually managing your money and bills, you can make your money manage itself. We will ask Dr McKeiver at the WDKX Water Cooler Monday Morning at 10am on the Wake-Up Club. What does automate your personal finances mean? Write a list of any accounts you use on a monthly basis. For most people, […]

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