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www.checksunlimited.com/how-to-write-a-check.aspx

The blank line in the middle of the check is for you to write out the amount of dollars and cents in words, for example “One hundred thirty-five & 50/100.” The box to the right of this line ... 17, seventeen, 37, thirty-seven, 57, fifty-seven, 77, seventy-seven, 97, ninety-seven, 9,000, nine thousand. 18, eighteen, 38, thirty- eight, 58 ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/65289/how-to-say-the-total-amount

Apr 23, 2012 ... On a check – which is one of the few places where you see such numbers written out in their long form – you might see any of the following ... Twenty-three thousand, four hundred and twenty-eight dollars, and thirty-two cents ... US$ 101.50 would be written as US Dollar One hundred One and Fifty cents.

www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/461/555

On September 10, 1975, claimant Vasquez upon arrival at Los Angeles International Airport from Canada, declared that she was not carrying more than $5,000 in currency, but a customs inspector discovered and seized from her $8,850 in United States currency. On September 18, 1975, the Customs Service informed ...

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Feb 3, 2009 ... Hi, everybody! Which of the following wording for $1234.01 is correct? 1) Say U.S.Dollars One Thousand Two Hundred Thirty Four And Cents One Only....

www.basiccomposition.com/resources/USINGNUMBERS.pdf

Note: When writing numbers above one thousand, you must use a comma to denote numbers above the hundred's place (e.g. 1,000 or 10,000 or 100,000). For smaller denominations of currency (e.g., cents), use AND. $13,450.67 should be written: Thirteen thousand, four hundred fifty dollars and sixty-seven cents. NOTE: It ...