How financially literate are you? I know the answer for me would be, "Not much!" However, for a majority of Mainers, it seems that is not the case.
National Financial Literacy Month is in in April and the website WalletHub has released its report on 2016’s Most & Least Financially Literate States. Th...
Maine election officials yesterday (Feb. 16) determined that a petition to increase the state's minimum wage is valid. The petition proposes raising the minimum wage to $9 per hour in 2017 and by $1 per hour each year after that until it's $12 per hour in 2020.
You can credit the mild weather during the holiday shopping period, you can credit Governor LePage, President Obama or any other number of factors, but judging by last year's taxable sales it seems that the economy is moving in the right direction.
Please note my sarcasm in my headline. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the ‘Great Recession’ showed that a large number of American families are "extraordinarily vulnerable" to financial setbacks because they have few assets to fall back on. Really? This is news? But I guess maybe if you are Chairperson of the Federal Reserve you are probably a bit disconnected with the realitie
I have heard of the website wheresgeorge.com, but I have never taken part. I never came across a dollar bill with the site written on it and I've never wanted to start a tracking. Today I spotted a bill.
If you’re young and talented in music, film, television or sports and right out of college or high school and you hit the big time with a mega million dollar contract what would you do? How would you handle the fame, pressure and getting all of that cash figuratively overnight?