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Over 95% of businesses fail within their first 5 years in business.
The Payday candy bar was invented in 1932. At first, the inventors didn't know what to call their new creation. It happened to be payday, so one of them suggested they call it a Payday bar—and the rest is history!
According to ancient “pay stubs,” employees in Egypt and Mesopotamia used to be paid in beer and other commodities.
“Bookkeeping” is the only English word to contain three sets of double letters back-to-back-to-back.
FBI Accountants were the ones to bring down Al Capone.
A team of CPAs count ballots for the Oscars.
Bubble-Gum inventor, Walter Diemer, was an accountant.
It costs 2.4 cents to produce a single penny.
There is more Monopoly game money printed annually than actual U.S. currency!
Of all the currency in the world, roughly eight percent of it is actual physical money. The other 92% of money only exists digitally.
A study conducted by the American Institute of CPAs found that, across the U.S., most children are given almost $70 a month by their parents, and of that total, almost none of it is put into savings.
The U.S. Secret Service was originally created on July 5, 1865 to fight the counterfeiting epidemic.
A whopping 9.7 tons of ink are used by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on a daily basis.
There are enough credit cards in circulation to span the earth over 3.5 times.
If you work 40 hours a week from age 20-65 you will work just over 90,000 hours in your lifetime.
Fridays are the least likely day to be sick. People are much happier and likely to go to work on Fridays.