Money

Money Laundering | ICE

ICE leads money laundering and financial crime investigations

In recent decades, U.S. law enforcement has encountered an increasing number of major financial crimes, frequently resulting from the needs for drug trafficking organizations to launder large sums of criminal proceeds through legitimate financial institutions and investment vehicles.

Cornerstone

Cornerstone is ICE’s initiative to detect and close down weaknesses within U.S. financial, trade and transportation sectors that can be exploited by criminal networks. Law enforcement entities share criminal typologies and methods with businesses and industries that manage the very systems that terrorists and criminal organizations seek to exploit. This sharing of information allows the financial and trade community to take precautions in order to protect themselves from exploitation. (read more)

El Dorado Task Force

The El Dorado Task Force consists of more than 260 members from more than 55 law enforcement agencies in New York and New Jersey – including federal agents,

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FAQs for MoneyPass

Answers to your most frequently asked questions.

What’s an ATM surcharge fee?

The owner of an ATM can charge cardholders a user fee. The surcharge fee may be as high as $5! You can use your MoneyPass® card at MoneyPass ATMs to avoid paying that surcharge fee. Please be aware that your card-issuing institution (bank, credit union or prepaid card issuer) may charge other fees. You may wish to contact your card issuer to determine if you will be charged other fees associated with ATM transactions.

How do I know if I can use my card surcharge-free at MoneyPass ATMs?

Your card-issuing institution (bank, credit union or prepaid card issuer) must participate in the MoneyPass Network for you to have surcharge-free access at MoneyPass ATMs. If it does participate, you may see the MoneyPass logo on your card. If not, contact your issuing institution to find out if your card

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IMOLIN

Cryptocurrency Training in Vienna

Courses in Vienna will be announced soon!

To read more about the training please click
here.

AML/CFT activities of UNODC in South Eastern Europe

UNODC’s regional office in South Eastern Europe is building the regions capacity in fighting money laundering and terrorist financing. UNODC has posted a regional anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing adviser in South Eastern Europe, to have a consistent strategy in the in tackling these crimes within the region. To see the video on the office’s activities please click
here.

English Cryptocurrency Investigation Prototype eLearning Course:

UNODC’s Global Programme on Cybercrime and the Global Programme against Money Laundering, the Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (GPML) are pleased to launch the Cryptocurrency Investigation eLearning course in
English.

The course is also available in ARABIC, FRENCH, HUNGARIAN, RUSSIAN, SERBIAN, SPANISH, and THAI.

The eLearning course is the initial component of UNODC’s

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Spending Money | Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab

Level: Topic: Speakers: Length:
easy spending money man – boy 00:52

Pre-Listening Exercise

Did you receive allowance from your parents when you were child? How about now? Did you have to do household chores to earn the money? How did you spend it?

Idioms

do the dishes” = wash dishes
“If you want to earn allowance this week, you need to do the dishes everyday.”

in the bucket” = a very small amount
“I’ve been saving my allowance for two months, but it’s still only a drop in the bucket, and it’ll take me forever to save enough money for a new bike.”

Listening Exercise

A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.

How much does the father owe his son in allowance?

Father: I guess I do. How much do I owe you?
Joshua: Just $13.

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Money Supply – Econlib

What Is the Money Supply?

The U.S. money supply comprises currency—dollar bills and coins issued by the Federal Reserve System and the U.S. Treasury—and various kinds of deposits held by the public at commercial banks and other depository institutions such as thrifts and credit unions. On June 30, 2004, the money supply, measured as the sum of currency and checking account deposits, totaled $1,333 billion. Including some types of savings deposits, the money supply totaled $6,275 billion. An even broader measure totaled $9,275 billion.

These measures correspond to three definitions of money that the Federal Reserve uses: M1, a narrow measure of money’s function as a medium of exchange; M2, a broader measure that also reflects money’s function as a store of value; and M3, a still broader measure that covers items that many regard as close substitutes for money.

The definition of money has varied. For centuries, physical commodities,

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30 Best Songs About Business and Money

Sometimes you need a theme song. These all-time favorite songs about money will motivate and inspire you – or at least bring back some fond memories!(co-written with Drea)

1. Money, Money–Liza Minnelli, Cabaret (1968)

Liza Minnelli and Joel Gray perform this classic in the film Cabaret, based on the 1968 musical written by John Kander. Never has a cliche been so catchy.

Best lyrics:

Money makes the world go around
…the world go around
…the world go around.
Money makes the world go around
Of that we both are sure…
*raspberry sound* on being poor!

2. Money for Nothing–Dire Straits, Brothers in Arms (1985)

Dire Straits promised us all we needed was to play the guitar on the Mtv to get our ‘money for nothing and chicks for free’. Ah, the good old days.

Dire Straits’ lead vocalist/songwriter Mark Knopfler wrote this song in the hardware department of home

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Velocity of M2 Money Stock (M2V) | FRED

Source:
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Release:
Money Velocity

Units: 

Ratio
, Seasonally Adjusted

Frequency: 


Quarterly

Notes:

Calculated as the ratio of quarterly nominal GDP
to the quarterly average of M2 money stock.

The velocity of money is the frequency at which one unit of currency is used to purchase domestically- produced goods and services within a given time period. In other words, it is the number of times one dollar is spent to buy goods and services per unit of time. If the velocity of money is increasing, then more transactions are occurring between individuals in an economy.
The frequency of currency exchange can be used to determine the velocity of a given component of the money supply, providing some insight into whether consumers and businesses are saving or spending their money. There are several components of the money supply,: M1, M2, and MZM (M3 is no longer

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Eligibility

Welcome to the USDA Income and Property Eligibility Site


This site is used to evaluate the likelihood that a potential applicant would be eligible for program assistance. In order to be eligible for many USDA loans, household income must meet certain guidelines. Also, the home to be purchased must be located in an eligible rural area as defined by USDA.

To learn more about USDA home loan programs and how to apply for a USDA loan, click on one of the USDA Loan program links above and then select the Loan Program Basics link for the selected program.

To determine if a property is located in an eligible rural area, click on one of the USDA Loan program links above and then select the Property Eligibility Program link. When you select a Rural Development program, you will be directed to the appropriate property eligibility screen for the Rural Development

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Florida Lottery – Lucky Money








Winning Number History

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Jackpot Winners & Retailer Information PDF


All Draw game prizes must be claimed at a Florida Lottery retailer or Florida Lottery office on or before the 180th day after the winning drawing.


How to Claim

View the drawings for Florida Lotto, Powerball, Jackpot Triple Play, Fantasy 5, Pick 5, Pick 4, Pick 3, and Pick 2 on the Florida Lottery’s official YouTube page.


Watch

More than $36 Billion and Counting!

The Florida Lottery has transferred more than $1 billion a year for 16 consecutive years to support education in our state; more than $36 billion in total since start-up. Learn more about the Lottery’s commitment to education.


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Winning Numbers:

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

71131353

2 Winners

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Home | Money Education

Superb academic and reference texts for educators and working professionals.

Educating the next generation of tax and financial planning professionals? Managing a career in tax and financial planning or money management? Looking to augment your financial advisor knowledge base? Planning to take the CFP® exam? Need the right answer fast? Just want to know and understand how it all works?

Here is a comprehensive set of authoritative tax, financial planning and money management textbooks for college-level curriculums, educators, and business and financial planning professionals. Each well-indexed textbook is easy-to-read, easy-to-use and updated to illustrate topical real-world applications.

Designed for comprehension and retention.

Every Money EducationTM textbook features Key Concepts, Quick Quizzes, Exhibits and End-of-Chapter Questions. In addition, the textbooks include more Examples than other academic and reference texts available. Money Education authors and other seasoned financial experts are also available to assist educators with curriculum design and

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