According to about.com, money that is damaged and still clearly readable may be exchanged at any bank. Bills that are severely damaged are considered mutilated and must be mailed or hand delivered to the Bureau of Engrav... More »

United States paper money can be taken to a bank and exchanged for currency in good condition as long as it is not mutilated. Mutilated currency needs to be examined by experts at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. More »

According to XYZ Collectibles, there are many old National Geographic magazines that are worth money. For example, as of 2014, the January 1902 issue of National Geographic is valued at $816.50. More »

Development banks provide capital to companies and organizations when raising money for ventures is difficult, particularly in countries where investment capital tends to be scarce. National development banks provide an ... More »

The modern Federal Reserve Bank was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913 in order to regulate banking activities and to loan banks money. Since then, the institution's role has expanded to include insuring... More »

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Many people find it convenient to buy money orders at banks where they have accounts, but money orders are also available at United States Postal Service branches. Many retail stores, such as Walmart, and wire-transfer i... More »

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The bank on which the check is drawn should be able to honor it with no problems. However, if the recipient takes it to his bank, the processing machine might have problems reading the material at the bottom of the check... More »