I’m not really sure about how much cash to keep at home legally, but if I had a few bucks in my pocket I would definitely give it to you.
I’m really not sure about the amount of cash to keep at home legally, but there are a couple things that I wanted to ask you about.
For starters, the amount of cash I keep at home legally is determined by what is currently in my possession. For example, if I have a couple hundred dollars in my pocket, I probably keep that cash there for safe-keeping. But that’s not always the case. You can keep your cash at home legally even if you have a million dollars in your pocket. And I do have a million dollars in my pocket (because I’m rich!).
There is a catch however. You can only legally keep cash in your own home if you have a business that pays for the storage.
For the most part, when I have a job that pays me to keep my assets at home, I pay cash taxes on my income as well. But that’s not always the case. You can keep your cash at home even if your business is small. And while I don’t have a business that pays for the storage, I can keep my cash at home legally.
In the old days, you might have been able to keep your cash at home even if your business was small. In those days, if you had a law firm that used the services of an accountant to pay the taxes on your income, you were allowed to keep your cash at home. My husband and I use this service. All our receipts stay in a safe at the office, and we have to go to a federal office in the middle of nowhere to fill out the paperwork.