PC Printing of Postage Stamps Vs. Machine Postage Stamp Printing?

Answer People can't always get to the post office. Whether it is for business or personal use, many choose to print their postage from their homes or offices. The United States Postal Service (USPS) offer... Read More »

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When does U.S. postage go up?

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that there will not be an increase on first-class postage rates for 2010. The rates for priority mail, express mail and some other services increased effective... Read More »

Do I pay VAT on postage?

Citizens of the U.K. are not charged Value-Added Tax (VAT) on personal mailings that are sent through the post office. However, you may be charged VAT if you are a retailer supplying goods to a cus... Read More »

Who was on the first US postage stamp?

The first two federal postage stamps, a five-cent and a 10-cent stamp, were issued in 1847, according to the National Postal Museum. Created by engraving firm Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edison, the fi... Read More »

How much are postage stamps in the U.S.?

The price of a postage stamp for a first-class letter went up to 44 cents in May, 2009; this price is valid as of November 2009. Postage stamps made their debut in the United States in 1847. In 186... Read More »