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Originally Answered: Can you get a 500 dollar bill from the bank? No. They were taken out of circulation many, many years ago. When one of them crosses the counter of a bank, the teller has to have the customer fill out the same cash transaction form that is required for a 10,000 cash deposit or withdrawal.
No you cannot obtain a one thousand US dollar currency note or bill from any bank. This because the US government had terminated circulation of them in the late 1960's. They are still legal tender and all banks will accept one when it is presented to them. However, you can still purchase such a bill from other sources.
The best way to get a two dollar bill is to check with your local bank. Since they are hardly used, you will most likely have to request them. Some banks keep a few in the teller drawers, while others require a trip to the vault. Certain banks vary in the amount bills they have on hand.
Some $1,000 bills can be worth several thousand dollars each. Your standard value for a generic note in lightly circulated condition is probably $1,600. However, there are plenty of exceptions to that rule.
Illegal activity. The U.S. stopped printing the $1,000 bill and larger denominations by 1946, but these bills continued circulating until the Federal Reserve decided to recall them in 1969, Forgue said. Running off a lot of $1 notes is more cost efficient than producing comparatively few $1,000 notes, he added.
Whole Dollar. Any amount of a currency expressed without using subdivisions of that currency. For example, if one rounds $3.76 to the nearest whole dollar, one arrives at $4.
How to read a decimal number that represents an amount of money: the number before the decimal mark (to the left) is the dollar amount and the number after the decimal mark (to the right) is the cent amount. Examples below. 429.75$ = four hundred twenty-nine dollars + seventy-five cents.
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The Format Cells dialog box appears, with the Number tab on top. In the Category list, select Currency or Accounting. Both the Currency and Accounting number formats add a currency symbol, use commas to separate thousands, and display two decimal places.
The type of number formatting that is appropriate for representing the information required will be a currency formatting with a decimal spacing of no more than two.
To do this, select the cells you want to format. Then, select Currency from the Number Format drop-down list in the Number section of the Home tab. The numbers in the selected cells are all formatted as currency with Windows' default currency symbol applied.
*The Accounting format aligns the dollar signs at the left edge of the cell. Note: The Currency format can display negative numbers with a minus sign, in red, with parentheses, or in red with parentheses. The Accounting format displays negative numbers in parentheses.
Like the Currency format, the Accounting number format is designed for numbers with currency symbols. The Accounting format places parentheses around all negative numbers by default. Let's set decimal places to zero. As with Number and Currency formats, we can also adjust decimal places up and down on the ribbon.
Select the cells(s) you want to modify. Selecting a cell range. Click the drop-down arrow next to the Number Format command on the Home tab. The Number Formatting drop-down menu will appear. Select the desired formatting option. The selected cells will change to the new formatting style.
Micro-printing can be found around the portrait as well as on the security threads. the bills will glow: the $5 bill glows blue, the $10 bill glows orange, the $20 bill glows green, the $50 bill glows yellow and the $100 bill glows pink. Hold the bill up to a light to check for a watermark.
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