What presidents are on dollars?
Washington is on the one dollar bill, Eisenhower was on the silver dollar in the 1970s, and so far presidents Washington through Garfield are on the modern dollar coins.
No, there is not, at least not in the "real money that you can spend" world. There are, however, commemorative dollars that are sold to collectors, and some companies issue them to honor a president who has been inaugurated. But these dollars are not real coins; they are collectibles. The US Mint has issued actual dollar coins about presidents, but thus far, they have only focused on the founding presidents of our country: Presidents Washington…
In 1969, the annual presidential salary doubled from $100,000 to $200,000; the expense account stayed the same at $50,000. If you adjust for inflation to 2010 dollars President Nixon's salary for each year of his presidency, it comes to an average of $1,060,000 per year. Richard Nixon was the last of twelve U.S. Presidents who earned an average of over a million 2010 dollars per year.