Should the U.S. switch to
a cashless economy?

Governments suggest moving to a cashless economy will save the cost of producing, administrating and securing paper money. The banks want the world cashless because they claim it's more efficient. Visa even went so far as to offer small businesses $10,000 to convert to cashless. Supporters say cash is dirty, dangerous and antiquated.

The Bob Livingston Letter® wants to know what you think. Are you ready to go cashless?

1) Do you think the U.S. should move to a cashless economy?

2) Would you find being cashless more convenient?

3) Do you worry going cashless gives government too much power over its citizens?

4) In the event of emergency, what would you do if paper money was not available?

5) Why do you think government and banks prefer to be cashless?