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A US $1 note lasts for only 5.9 years

Fact - The average lifespan of a United States $1 banknote is 5.9 years
Pic Credits: © 2011 Images Money | Dollar Bill Cut in Half | CC BY-SA | TaxRebate.org.uk| Modified

The average lifespan of a United States $1 banknote is 5.9 years.

Currency notes are damaged because of routine wear and tear. And a majority of the notes are “abused” (metaphorically) when they are used to sniff cocaine!

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