There’s no question that people like money — it’s nice to have in your bank account, it feels good to get a raise, or even get some extra birthday money. Generally speaking, most people can agree that having money is a good thing.
Last week, 40 million Target shoppers, myself included, had their payment data stolen. Whether you used a credit or debit card, if you paid with anything but cash at a Target store, your data may have been stolen.
A dollar, a greenback, a buck. There have been many nicknames for the US Dollar. Americans are proud of their currency as a safe-haven currency during economic hardship. We love our money. That is just part of our culture. However, I am kind of tired of it. I hate carrying cash.
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