We all use money to engage in commerce every day, but have you ever stopped and looked at the pictures of the people on your money and asked, “Who are you, and how did you end up there?” In this infographic, Chargeback.com takes a look at our currency in the U.S. and answer the question of who is on our money and why.
If you are a fan of the hit show Breaking Bad, you have most likely wondered about storage unit #2065. Check out the infographic below to learn the answers to 13 key questions about the storage unit.
Have you ever wondered about the history of currency? Money’s evolved from quite a ‘rich’ past. Structured Settlement Cash takes a look at some fun, currency-related facts in the following infographic!.
Credit card spending is now in the hundreds of trillions of dollars annually, but it wasn’t always this way. Here Chargeback.com takes a look at how over the course of history the paying customer evolved from simple beginnings to the complex and global system of today.
Bank of America’s Merrill Edge Report is a semi-annual study that offers an in-depth look at the financial concerns, priorities and behaviors of mass affluent consumers, defined as people with $50,000-$250,000 in total household investable assets. Here is the data compiled in an easy-to-read infographic.
Could we be moving towards a global currency? Only two percent of foreign exchange transactions relate to real world goods and services, meaning that 98 percent are purely speculative transactions. This in turn triggers foreign exchange crises. Check out the following infographic from Money Choice to learn more about the future of money.
Who’s on your money? NerdWallet put together this infographic just in time to Presidents’ Day and it breaks down which presidents are featured on U.S. currency and also shares fun facts about each denomination.
With its explosively popular products and knack for design, Apple maintains a wide profit margin on its products while keeping its R&D and lobbying costs relatively low. It’s not always clear how Apple spends its money, but check out this breakdown of expenses from www.master-business-administration.org for some clues about its formula for success.
The danger signs of a misaligned workforce in banks and credit unions are there. One simply needs to know what to look for and understand the potential costs. The good news is that the road ahead can be much less bumpy if managers and employees use an automated process to align their goals.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) estimates that counterfeit goods are now worth more than 5% of world trade and that by 2012 the value of global counterfeit goods will exceed $1.7 trillion. As you can see, counterfeiting is an issue. Check out this infographic presented by Camcode to learn more about counterfeiting.
In the following infographic, designed by Beckon Media Inc. in partnership with California Cryobank , take a trip back to 1960 to see how much it cost to raise a child 5 decades ago. Compare it to the cost of raising a child in 2011, and you may just be surprised at what you find.
From paying allowances to opening bank accounts, when it comes to teenagers and money, parents often play the role of employer, teacher and financial advisor. Money management for teenagers can be challenging, but with the Money 101 guide, parents can learn how to promote saving over spending.
This infographic by NerdWallet breaks down the numbers behind the Forbes 400 Richest Americans to find out which industries are the most prominently represented by the super rich. It shows how, of the 400 richest Americans, just over half made their fortunes in either finance, retail, tech, and oil & energy (the top 4 represented industries on the list).
MyVoucherCodes.co.uk recently surveyed 100 family members and friends about their spending habits. The results were surprising to say the least! While many felt in control when haggling prices down, a number of Brits felt embarrassed. Almost half of those surveyed have eaten cereal for dinner to cut costs, while almost all had used a voucher code.