MOBILE, Ala. - With back-to-school season behind us, less demand for electronics means cheaper price tags on computers.
Ross Kenneth Urken with The Street's Personal Finance says, "Computers are less expensive during the fall because once back to school season has died down there is less demand for the new electronics that are filling the rooms across the country. So people are able to find savings as much as a hundred bucks off say a new mac book pro or even your PC Toshiba or Dell."
A braille gift card will now be available at all Starbucks registers. The company made the announcement last week. The card was originally introduced September 2011, because disability advocates pushed for it. Starbucks says it was asked to offer it year-round by a mother who says her blind daughter appreciates the independence the card gives her. A representative of the Braille Authority of North America says she was not aware of any other company offering a braille gift card.
New $100 bills will be showing up at banks this week. The Federal Reserve Board says the new money will start circulating tomorrow. New security features include a blue, 3D security ribbon that makes it easier to authenticate and harder to counterfeit.
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