Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Where money goes to die

Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C. Photo from StreetsofWashington's Flickr photostream.
I read an article in our local Sunday paper this past weekend by Helaine Williams about where money goes to die. I thought it was fascinating as I had always wondered what happened to money that was just too "questionable" in appearance to be spent. You know the type, washed fifty times in bleach and torn in half...that kind of money. Old money doesn't die, it just becomes a tray in a Ford. To read more, check out Where Money Goes to Die. Also learn how to reclaim your worn and torn cash here.

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