Counting a large number of notes can be pretty cumbersome which is why having a handy money counter calculator can be exactly what you need to speed up the process. The table below can be used as both a coin and cash calculator by simply inputting the number of notes/bills/coins you have.
How do I use the money counter?
- 1. Separate all of your notes/bills into piles based on the denomination of each note/bill ($1 bills, $5 bills, $10 bills, etc.) and denomination of each coin (cent, nickle, dime, quarter, etc.). You will then have all of your bills in piles based on the denomination of each.
- 2. Count how many bills and coins you have in each pile.
- 3. Once you are done with this, you can select which currency you want to use to calculate your money (USD, AUD, GBP, etc.).
- 4. Add the number of bills/ notes and coins you have in the appropriate fields below and get the total value of all of your money outputted in a second or two.