How Many U.S. Dollar Bills Are There in Circulation?
Jeff Desjardins April 17, 2018
When you think about it, the journey of each individual currency note is pretty incredible.
After being printed or minted, each bill is then passed between people and businesses to facilitate transactions. If it’s a $1 or $5 bill, it changes hands on average about 110 times per year – and if it’s a $20 bill, it’s more like 75.
The interesting part is that almost every transaction is linked to the one before it, and the series of subsequent transactions for each bill creates a unique, broad story.
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