ridged quarters or reeded edges

Why do quarters have ridges on their edges?

According to the U.S. Mint, ridges were added to the edges of quarters (aka reeded edges) to help prevent fraud and counterfeiting. Up until...
cops breaking down door during a raid

Who pays for my door if the cops break it down?

If the authorities break down your door to locate or help you, you will be responsible for paying for a new door. However, if...
Why is there a coin shortage during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Why is there a coin shortage during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The current national coin shortage is primarily due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Because so many businesses, including banks, have had to close or...
What happens if someone can't afford to pay for a funeral

What happens if someone can’t afford to pay for a funeral?

If someone can't afford to pay for a funeral there are many resources and options available to help them out. Before we begin, let's...
Wall Street

Why is it called Wall Street?

The name Wall Street originates from an actual wall built in the late 17th century by the Dutch, who were living in what was...

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