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How should numbers be spelled on a cheque/checkreceipt?

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One of the most confusing things for me is spelling English numerals.
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What is grammatical way to spell the following numbers in the context of writing the numeral in a receipt?

$100 — a hundred dollars or one hundred dollars?
$201 — two hundred [and?] one dollar[s?]?
$1500 — fifteen hundred dollars or one thousand five hundred dollars?
$1525 — fifteen twenty-five dollars or [one/a] thousand five hundred twenty-five dollars?

Also, is there any difference between UK and US systems? If so, what are they and what system do I use in a non-English speaking country?

Spelling a number in a receipt

One of the most confusing things for me is spelling English numerals.
What is grammatical way to spell the following numbers in the context of writing the numeral in a receipt?

$100 — a hundred dollars or one hundred dollars?
$201 — two hundred [and?] one dollar[s?]?
$1500 — fifteen hundred dollars or one thousand five hundred dollars?
$1525 — fifteen twenty-five dollars or [one/a] thousand five hundred twenty-five dollars?

Also, is there any difference between UK and US systems? If so, what are they and what system do I use in a non-English speaking country?

How should numbers be spelled on a cheque/check?

One of the most confusing things for me is spelling English numerals.

What is grammatical way to spell the following numbers in the context of writing the numeral in a receipt?

$100 — a hundred dollars or one hundred dollars?
$201 — two hundred [and?] one dollar[s?]?
$1500 — fifteen hundred dollars or one thousand five hundred dollars?
$1525 — fifteen twenty-five dollars or [one/a] thousand five hundred twenty-five dollars?

Also, is there any difference between UK and US systems? If so, what are they and what system do I use in a non-English speaking country?

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