Well, it is quite a bit. On average, a one dollar bill will only last 18 months in circulation before it has to be replaced. Every other bill lasts a bit longer, but you can see that that is a lot of bills needing to be replaced. Because of that, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing puts out about 38 million notes a day!About 95% of those are used to replace bills that have gone out of circulation.
Money is not simply made each year. Inflation goes up as we print more bills, but that does not mean people are earning. Usually, someone has to lose out when someone else earns. Like third world nations to developed nations.
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