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blackcats
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How much cash should you keep around?  Reply with quote  

I'm reassembling a substantial emergency supplies kit... the kind that's supposed to get us through "the big one" (volcanic eruption or catastrophic earthquake, both of which are completely valid concerns 'round these parts).

They always say "keep cash on hand", but they never say just how much. The only thing I can imagine needing cash for if the SHTF is for gasoline, mechanic, airline tickets (totally optimistic on that one) and, of course, food and health needs (but our kit should last us a month... about 2 weeks longer than what authorities recommend).

So maybe 1k?

Anyone preppers from Florida wanna chime in on how much cash you keep? I figure that's the population that is most experienced with natural disasters.
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Post Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:08 am
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We just had a great discussion on this topic, but I'm having trouble finding it. I'll post the link when I do.
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Found it! Money Watch forum, I didn't expect it to be there.

http://www.money-talk.org/msg123825.html
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