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  • Money fun facts

    1. 1. MONEY FUN FACTS Money Talks
    2. 2. PAPER MONEYPaper money is made by the Bureau of Engraving andPrinting. Coin money is made by the US Mint. Both of theseare part of the US Department of Treasury.
    3. 3. PAPER MONEYNinety-Five percent of the notes (paper money) printed eachyear are used to replace notes already in, or already removedfrom circulation.
    4. 4. TEN BILLIONIf you had ten billion one dollar notes and spent one everysecond of every day, it would take you 317 years to go broke!
    5. 5. DOLLAR BILLThe dollar bill lasts about twenty one months in circulation.
    6. 6. LARGESTDENOMINATIONThe largest denomination of paper money currently the$100 bill.
    7. 7. $1One dollar bills make up about 45% of all notes printed eachyear.
    8. 8. PENNIESIn April of 2006, it cost 1.4 cents to produce one penny.
    9. 9. PENNIESIn 2008 there were about 5,419,200,000 pennies incirculation.
    10. 10. EACH DAYIn 2008, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing madeapproximately thirty eight million notes a day, totaling avalue of approximately $629 Million.
    11. 11. INKThere are approximately eighteen tons of ink used per day toprint paper in two facilities (Fort Worth, TX andWashington DC).
    12. 12. US MINTThere are six US Mint facilities in the country, located inWashington DC, Philadelphia, PA; West Point, NY; FortKnox, KY; Denver, CO; and San Francisco, CA.
    13. 13. COIN PRODUCTIONIn recent years, coin production varied between elevenbillion and twenty billion per year.

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