Q: Where does Dracula keep his money?
A: A Blood Bank.
Q: What has 100 heads and 100 tails?
A: 100 Pennies.
Q: Where can you always find money?
A: In the dictionary.
Q: What’s the easiest way to double your money?
A: Put it in front of a mirror.
Q: When does it rain money?
A: When there is change in the weather.
Q: If money really did grow on trees, what would be everyone’s favorite season?
Q: How much money does a skunk have?
A: One scent.
Q: If you have two coins that add up to six cents, and one of them is not a nickel, what are the two coins?
A: A penny and a nickel. (One was not a nickel, but the other one was!)
Q: What does one penny say to the other penny?
A: Let’s get together and make some cents.
Q: If money doesn’t grow on trees, then why do credit unions have branches?
Q: What is brown and has a head and a tail but no legs?
A: A penny.
Q: Why don’t cows have any money?
A: Because farmers milk them dry.
Son: Mom can I get $20?
Mom: Does it look like I am made of money?
Son: Well isn’t that what M.O.M. stands for?
Q: Why didn’t the quarter roll down the hill with the nickel?
A: Because it had more cents.
Q: How is the moon like a dollar?
A: They both have 4 quarters.
Q: What coin doubles in value when half is deducted?
A: A Half Dollar.
Q: Where do seagulls invest their money?
A: In the stork market!
Q: Where do penguins keep their money?
A: In a snow bank!
Q: What do fish use for money?
A: Sand dollars!
Q: Where does a fish keep his money?
A: In the River Bank!
Q: Why is money called dough?
A: Because we all knead it.
Q: What do you call lending money to a bison?
A: A Buff-a-loan.
Q: What kind of ant is really good at math?
A: An AccountANT.
Q: What did the duck say after a shopping spree?
A: Please put it on my bill.
Q: Why did the robber take a bath before he stole from the credit union?
A: He wanted to make a clean getaway!