So we all know the awesome "A penny for your two cents." But there are many more expressions that use money, so I thought I'd mix them up a little.
A penny saved is a penny earned; that's my two cents.
I can stop on a wooden nickel.
Another day, another wooden nickel.
If you see a wooden nickel, don't pick up a cent.
The buck stops on a dime.
And this is not a mixed metaphor exactly, but I think its amusing:
Statistic: A quarter of all operations are two-bit.