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1. A negotiable debt obligation issued by the U.S. government and backed by its full faith and credit, having a maturity of one year or less. Exempt from state and local taxes. also called T-Bill or U.S. Treasury Bill or Treasury Bill.
3. An invoice of charges for products and services.

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You should always keep close eyes on your bill and make sure that you are only getting charged for what you purchased.

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The US uses a combination of metal coin money and paper bills, all of which vary in values but are considered stable units of currency.

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For her birthday, Jane Smith's grandfather bought her ten $100.00 treasury bills that will mature in 20 years as long as she doesnt cash them in early.

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