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Little Known Money Facts

Nicole Anderson offers information about unclaimed money at www.cashunclaimed.com

What do you know about money?  Bet you don’t know some of these factoids:

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BUY A HOUSE NOW?

In 1970 a new house cost twice the annual salary of a married couple even with only one person working. Today a new house costs eight times the annual salary with couples both working.

HOW LONG DOES U.S. MONEY LIVE?

The average life span of a $1 bill, is about 18 months.

For a $5 bill the average life is 15 months

The life span of a $20 is two years.

The $50 and $100 notes don't circulate quite as often as the smaller denominations, so they last longer—the $50 bill, about five years, and the $100, eight and a half years.

The average life of a coin is 25 years.

HOW MUCH LOST OR UNCLAIMED MONEY IS THERE?

In the united states there is over $25 BILLION in unclaimed money!

The most common types of Unclaimed Property are:·    Savings and checking accounts and safe deposit box contents ·    Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and dividends ·    Uncashed cashier's checks or money orders ·    IRS refunds·    Wages, child support payments·    Matured or terminated insurance policies

Chances are you or someone in your family is owed some lost money?

You can search for you and your families portion of the nations unclaimed money at www.cashunclaimed.com.

WHO WORKS FOR MINIMUM WAGE?

2/3 of minimum wage earners are women

HOW MUCH U.S. MONEY IS THERE?

In June 30, 1910 there was $ 3,148,700,000 in circulation, which was $34.07 per capita. 

In June 30, 2000 $ 571,121,194,344 which is $ 2,075.63 per capita.

HOW RICH ARE YOU?

Three billion people live on less than $2 per day while 1.3 billion get by on less than $1 per day. Seventy percent of those living on less than $1 per day are women.

Ever wonder how your annual income compares to the rest of the world. At globalrichlist.com you can enter your annual income and see how you rank in the world.

http://www.globalrichlist.com

WHAT IS $1.00 FROM 1955 WORTH TODAY?

Ever wonder what $100.00 from the year you were born would be worth now… well now you can find out.  At measuringworth.com you can enter any year since 1790, a dollar amount and find out what it is worth any year up to 2005.

http://www.measuringworth.com/calculators/compare

HOW FAR DOES MONEY TRAVEL?

Ever told a kid not to put money in their mouth because it is dirty?  Well, money changes between many hands and you may never have known how truly far it has traveled.  At wheresgeorge.com you can track a dollar by series no. and serial no.  One dollar bill is recorded for 4,191 miles in 3 years!

http://www.wheresgeorge.com  

IS A PENNY MADE OF COPPER?

For decades prior to 1981 a penny’s composition was 95% copper and 5% zinc alloy.  After Congress authorized a change in 1981 the penny is now copper-plated zinc—97.5% zinc and 2.5% copper.

DOES MONEY MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY?

A survey by Pew Research Center showed that nearly half (49%) of those with an annual family income of more than $100,000 say they're very happy. By contrast, just 24% of those with an annual family income of less than $30Article Submission,000 say they're very happy.

Forward these fun facts to your friends and family!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Nicole Anderson offers a free search for your portion of the $25+ BILLION in unclaimed money in the United States.  Millions of Americans are unaware they are owed money.  It could come from old savings bonds, uncashed checks, checking and savings accounts, the list goes on and on.  Click on to www.cashunclaimed.com for your free search and see how much money is owed to you and your family.



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