On the right of the portrait on the face of the bill.
On the left of the portrait on the face of the bill.
On the back of the bill.
Face of the bill.
Back of the bill.
On a teller's desk usually above the cash drawer.
In a teller’s working cash vault (or cash reserve) often kept below the working cash drawer.
As you get excess cash during the day, you gradually store it in the bank's overnight vault.
IT REFERS TO A HANDSHAKE THAT TELLER GIVES TO A CUSTOMER.
IT REFERS TO COUNTING PREPACKAGED MONEY RECEIVED FROM THE VAULT.
IT INVOLVES COUNTING CASH THAT IS IN TELLER'S HANDS AS HE/SHE PLACES IT BILL BY BILL ONTO A COUNTER OR TABLE.
There is no special purpose. It is merely a habit.
To keep the cash vaults and bank overnight vault organized.
To help bank employees count currency quickly.
Credit the customer’s account or substitute a new bill. The customer, not the bank, must accept the loss.
Give the customer a receipt for the bill, list the face amount, and the serial number of the bill in question.
Complete a written report for the Treasury Department and send the report and bill to the Secret Service for investigation.