Prepositions of Place
Use 'in' in a spatial sense:
The payment order is set up for the last payment to be in January.
Signature verification is to take place in the retail store.
Use 'into' when you move from one space into another space.
He shifted his business interests into the real estate dealings.
As I walked into the bank lobby, I overheard a colleague discussing overdraft protection to a customer.
Use 'on' with one object is 'on' another object such as various surfaces:
They print your name on the cover page of the pass book of the savings bank.
The private banking specialist's card is sitting on that table.
Use 'onto' to indicate movement when taking something from some place and putting it onto an object such as a table, countertop, etc.
I placed the revocable item onto the spreadsheet.
He put the second mortgage paperwork onto the top of the stack.
Use 'near' when an object is close to another object
You will get the best discount rate if you visit the branch near the town hall.
Our overhead costs in the office near Dallas are very low.
In Front Of
Use 'in front of' when an object is placed ahead of another object.
That's Peter with the government bond in front of the building.
Use 'between' when one object is in the middle of two other objects.
The revocable form file is between the new account forms and the proxy statements.
The start-up costs for opening that type of store are between $200000 and $300000.