Black Money.

Black money is money that is earned through illegal or under-the-table means. This money is not reported to the government and is not taxed. Black money is often used to fund illegal activities or to buy illicit goods.

Can black money be deposited in bank?

Yes, black money can be deposited in a bank. However, the bank may be required to report the deposit to the authorities, as it may be considered suspicious activity. If the deposit is large or the bank has reason to believe that the money is from illegal activity, the bank may be required to file a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR).

Is cash illegal in India? No, cash is not illegal in India. There are, however, restrictions on how much cash can be carried in and out of the country. According to the Reserve Bank of India, the limit is Rs. 25,000 (about US$355) per person. Anything above that must be declared to customs.

How do people earn black money? There are many ways to earn black money, but most of them involve breaking the law in some way. For example, people might earn black money by selling illegal drugs, smuggling contraband, or participating in other illegal activities. People might also earn black money by avoiding paying taxes, or by accepting bribes. While there are many legitimate ways to earn money "off the books," most of the time when people talk about black money, they are referring to illegal activity.

What are stages of money laundering?

There are generally three stages of money laundering:

1. Placement: This is the first stage of money laundering, and involves introducing the illicitly-gained funds into the financial system. This is often done by breaking up large sums of cash into smaller transactions, or by using false invoices or other documents to make it appear as though the funds are coming from a legitimate source.

2. Layering: In this stage, the launderer seeks to distance the funds from their original source by moving them through a series of financial transactions. This may involve moving the money through multiple bank accounts, or investing in assets such as property or stocks.

3. Integration: The final stage of money laundering is integrating the funds back into the legitimate economy. This may be done by using the funds to purchase luxury goods, or by investing in legitimate businesses.

Can I deposit 10 lakhs cash in bank? There is no limit to the amount of cash you can deposit in a bank, but if you deposit more than $10,000 in cash in one transaction, the bank must report the deposit to the federal government.

The Bank Secrecy Act requires banks to report cash deposits greater than $10,000. But, since you are not depositing the cash into the bank all at once, you will not have to worry about this reporting requirement.