Life span of banknotes in the U.S. 2012

Estimated life span of banknotes in the United States as of December 2012 (in years)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 10, 2014
Life span of banknotes in the U.S. 2012 The statistic presents the estimated life span of banknotes in the United States as of December 2012. It was found that 100 dollar notes had the longest life expectancy and could last approximately 15 years.
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Estimated life span of banknotes in the United States as of December 2012 (in years)

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