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## What is the fastest way to count money as a cashier?

Count **up from the price** to the amount paid to determine the correct amount you are owed in change. For example, if an item cost $2.75 and you gave $5.00, you should count out the change starting with $2.75. Count out 1 quarter to make $3.00, and then $2.00 to get to $5.00. The total change, therefore, should be $2.25.

## How do you count large amounts of money?

To count the amount of money in each collection of same-valued bills, **divide the number that you have chosen to count to by the value of the bill**. For example, if you are counting ten-dollar bills and you have chosen to count to 100, the number you will remember is 10. Divide the collection of bills into stacks of 10.

## Who is the world’s fastest money counter?

**The JetScan iFX** is the latest technology and the fastest, most accurate money counter and check scanner available. The JetScan iFX i100 currency counter processes 1,600 bills per minute – 33% faster than other money counting equipment.

## How hard is it to work a cash register?

Cashiering is not a hard or difficult job as **long as the cashier knows how to count money**, and makes sure you pay attention to the amount the customer gives you. … You punch the amount of money they gave you into the cashier and it tells you how much change to give. You’ll be fine.