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first off, are you kidding me? give a cheque or find someone else - no one except you pays by cash. 2nd, many banks will not accept cheques made out to "cash". some might but its unlikely in this day and age. the only alternative is to draw cash from your credit card to the limit every day until you have enough.

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Q: How do you write a cheque out to cash i have to pay my builder who requests cash but i only have my bank cheque book or my credit card cheque book until next wk and the builder says he has no bank?
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How long is a cheque valid?

Until six months after it is dated


What is meant by clearing of cheques?

If you take a cheque to your bank to pay it in, the bank will credit your account with the amount, but you will not be able to withdraw this amount until the bank has processed the cheque internally and received the money from the bank issuing the cheque. When they have done this the money is 'really' in you account and you can take it out - the cheque has cleared. This practice was needed (and reasonable) when cheques had to be processed between banks manually and protected the bank from the effects of bad cheques. However modern banking means that the clearing is electronic and yet the banks still keep the cleared funds for the same amount of time they always did (a week) - they use these uncleared funds themselves and it is wrong!


Difference between post-dated check and stale check?

A Post Dated Cheque is one that has a date in future. A Stale Cheque is one in which the date is in the Past. Usually cheques have a validity of around 90 to 120 days. So, lets say someone gave you a cheque in March 2011 and you have still not cashed it, it is a stale dated cheque. Similarly if I give you a cheque with date as 10-May-2012 today (on 14 Jan 2012) it would be a Post dated cheque. In this case, the cheque is valid only on or after 10th May 2012. Until then, it is just a piece of paper and is worthless


How long is a cheque valid in Australia?

15 Months until it is "stale"See Cheques Act 1986 Cth


Is credit card a cash transaction?

Purchase with a credit card is not considered a cash transaction, as the person making the purchase does not pay for the item until they pay their credit card bill, which may not occur until much later.

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What is meant by post dated cheque?

Every cheque has a date that has to be entered in it that signifies the date from which the cheque is a valid instrument. So, if I were to issue a cheque today that you can encash anytime from now, I will put todays date as the cheque date. However, if I want you to cash it only after Dec, I will put 1st Jan 2014 as the cheque date. This means that, up until 31st Dec 2013, the cheque is worthless and you can cash it to get money only on or after 1st Jan. This is a postdated cheque because the cheque date lies in the future.


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