- Department of Treasury@
Formulates economic, fiscal and tax policies, enforces the law, protects the President and other officials, and manufactures currency. Find sites such as the IRS, U.S. Mint, ATF, and the Office of Inspector General.
- Where's George?
Track and locate U.S. dollar bills across the country. Enter the serial number and a zip code to find out where your dollar bill has been.
- H.I.P. Pocket Change
U.S. Mint site for kids presents U.S. history through coins and coin collecting. Features games and cartoons, coin news, and time machine adventures.
- Money: What It Is, How It Works
Articles on understanding money and the U.S. monetary system, Federal Reserve, monetary economics, banking, and investing.
- Golden Dollar Coin (3)
Find information on the Golden Dollar Coin, its historical significance, and its design.
- New Color of Money, The
Information about the U.S. currency redesign beginning in 2003, including pictures and interactive looks at the new bills. From the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
- Where Have I Been?
Helps people track where their Canadian or U.S. dollars go after they've spent them.
- NOVA: Secrets of Making Money
Take an up-close look at the anatomy of the 1996 $100 bill, learn about the history of money, and see if you can tell what's wrong with example counterfeit bills.
- HowStuffWorks: How the New $20 Bill Works
Explains the design elements and security features of the $20 bill released into circulation in October 2003.
- Wikipedia: U.S. Fifty Dollar Bill
User-created article on the fifty dollar bill and its recent redesign. Includes large and small size note histories as well as references and links.