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    Per Ardua Metamorphosis's Avatar
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    between zero and a grand
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    0~20 $

    unless i intend on actually buying something, in which case i already know exactly how much it'll cost, and bring very slightly more than that amount, just to be safe.
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    o_O I feel freaky having 100-500 bucks in my wallet now.

    However, this may be partly because I do a lot of cash transactions on short notice. And by that, I mean get discounts in Chinatown. And buy that, I mean I buy dresses without paying tax. And by THAT, I mean...

    Oh, forget it. I hate not having cash when it could of saved me money. For everything else, there's VISA.

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    I rarely need more than a hundred at a time and try to pay cash for larger expenses. I so rarely use my credit cards that sometimes I forget I have them. This is a good thing because with my impusivity I could get in trouble with plastic.

    I have a debit card but have read warnings about using them.
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    to explain, one of my jobs pays in cash, and I receive tips in cash as well

    I'm not particularly fond of using a card either, from my experience getting your card stolen is worse than getting your cash stolen any day- especially since I'm not particularly observant about some things
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    I'm all about the plastic, but I generally carry $20 to $30 for things like vending machines, the couple places that won't take plastic, etc. I never write checks anywhere.
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    I only write a check to pay my rent or if I have to send someone a check...I wish my landlord would catch up with the time and take credit or debit. :p

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    Depends on the day of the week. Payay I carry a lot because I buy groceries and gas with cash, so $200-400. After that, most of the money is gone, so I only have a few bucks if any. I do hoard change, though, because it's heavy and I hate carrying it. Plus, if I'm mostly broke, but I want something cheap or the kids need a little lunch money, I just dig through the change. White trash emergency fund.
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    Hubby and I do the Financial Peace Dave Ramsey stuff-
    where you allocate money into various envelopes which have different purposes and corresponding individual budgets, examples" groceries, gas, misc, allowance etc. We do everything with cash- therefore I can have several hundred dollars on me- really though more so at the beginning of the month- and once the budgeted money is gone it's gone- we don't withdraw any more. So the last week of the month I typically have like 20 or 30 bucks left on me. Just depends on how I have budgeted that month and what we still need that last week. It has been working wonderfully for us. We stay on budget and save a lot by doing it that way.
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    I generally carry about $40 on me. I don't like to let it drop below $15 though.

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