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The U.S. Government Announces Plans to Redesign the $5 Note

Source: Media Center,

29 June 2006

The U.S. government announced that it will redesign the $5 note as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the security of U.S. currency. The government currently expects the $5 note to be issued in early 2008.

New money designs are being issued as part of an ongoing effort to stay ahead of counterfeiting, and to protect the economy and the hard-earned money of U.S. currency users. The new series began with the introduction of the $20 note on October 9, 2003, and continued with the $50 note issued on September 28, 2004. The new $10 note was issued on March 2, 2006. The redesigned $5 note will be followed later by a new $100 note.

For the complete press release, please visit the website of the U.S Bureau of Engaving and Printing.

The Note Teller 2 on sale today recognizes the all of the bills that are currently in circulation. An older Note Teller 2 may be upgraded at any time to include any new notes. Please visit the Note Teller 2 upgrade page to get your Note Teller 2 updated.

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