Extra Credit (Fall 2005)

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What’s Ahead

Coming in the next issue . . .

Monetary policy starts in your own backyard

Who do you think of when you hear about the Fed and interest rates? The Fed chairman is not alone in making interest rate decisions.


A penny saved . . .

Saving is important to your financial future and to the U.S. economy. Get ready for the national “Teach Children to Save Day” celebration on April 25, 2006.


New $10 Federal Reserve notes to begin circulation

The Treasury Department will issue redesigned $10 Federal Reserve notes with new security features. Much like the redesigned $20 and $50 notes that have been issued over the past two years, the $10 denomination was slated for a makeover.

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