Are pennies still legal tender?

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Are pennies legal tender? Yes, pennies are legal tender in the United States. The U.S. penny, also known as the one-cent coin, is a unit of currency equaling 1/100th  of a United States dollar. It is still accepted as payment for goods and services in the United States and is considered to be legal tender.

No matter what era they come from, pennies remain an important part of U.S. currency and are still accepted as legal tender today.

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