Money is all that serves as a medium of exchange. It includes metallic coins, currency notes, bills of exchange and drafts.
1. Its serves as a medium of exchange. All buying and selling is done through the medium of money.
2. Money is used as a common measure of value. The values of all commodities are measured in terms of money.
3. It serves as a standard of deferred payment. All browsing and lending is done in money.
4. It serves as a store of value. We store value in the form of money, not in the form of any other commodity.
1. Standard money: It is that forms of money in terms of which all values are measured and the face value of which is equal its intrinsic value e.g. gold coins.
2. Token money: It is that form of money the intrinsic value of which is less than its face value e.g. small coins and paper notes.
3. Paper money: It is made of paper and issued by the government of a country. It is of two kinds (a) Convertible (b) Inconvertible.
(a) Paper money is convertible when it can be convertible into standard money at the option of the holder.
(b) It is said to be inconvertible when it cannot be redeemed into gold or silver on presentation. Such notes may be issued by the government of a country in times of emergency.
4. Legal Tender Money: Money which can be legally tendered. Payment of debts or other obligations is said to be legal tender money.
There are two kinds of legal tender:
a. Limited legal tender: It is that form of legal tender money which can be paid in discharge of an obligation up to a certain limit. Small coins other than 50 paisa bits are legal tender up to Rs. 10.
b. Unlimited legal tender: It is the form of legal tender money which can be paid in discharge of debt to any amount.
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