With all this talk of debt, currency devaluation, plummeting markets and creditworthiness, I've lately had visions dancing in my head of dollar bills being flushed down toilets and fed through shredders. Which got me wondering: what happens to our money -- our actual, physical money -- when it gets worn out?
Turns out, some bills wear out faster than others. The dollar bill has the shortest lifespan of all the bills, because it gets the most handling. The average life expectancy of a buck is just... READ ON