The $20 bill, the largest denomination most Americans use in their daily business, is getting a new look.

Like the $100 and $50 notes before it, the $20 is being updated with anti-counterfeiting features, including an enlarged, off-center portrait.

Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin and Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan revealed the new design Wednesday, but the bills will not be in circulation until September.

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