You've Got No Mail: U.S. Postal Service Facing Financial Cliff

The U.S. Postal Service is facing its own fiscal cliff.

They're running out of money and it could impact you down the line.

The agency claims it will have about $1 billion in cash by March, but that's barely enough to run the postal service for four days.

Fewer people use the mail for paying bills and keeping in touch thanks to technology.

If nothing is done by Congress, you could see cutbacks in mail delivery and job losses.