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Bank accounts will show deposits. Letter of necessity will explain nature of business you're involved in and they will take it from there. Pretty easy and straightforward pm me and I can email you an example letter and offer any help if u need.
 

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From what I was told there is no cash requirement in Nassau. The only thing they want is a detailed letter of necessity

Applicants MUST supply the following to the NCPD Pistol License Section:

#1 A copy of a current NYS Business Certificate or Corporate Filing Receipt;

#2 A notarized letter of "no objection" by all owners of the business;

#3 A utility bill listing the business;

#4 If the business is located in a residence, a notarized letter from the governing municipality (town, village or city) stating that the business is "not in violation of any local laws and zoning ordinances;"

#5 An Income Tax Return for the business for the prior year;

#6 A notarized letter of necessity demonstrating to the NCPD a legitimate business need for security or protection.

Note: The letter must include the names and license numbers of all members of the company who also possess a business pistol license for that business.

Note: The letter of necessity should follow this format:

Business Necessity Letter First Paragraph:

Must clearly state the legitimate business necessity for the issuance of a Business License, providing sufficient proof as to the existence of any of the following circumstances:

a) The business has been the victim of a crime. Proof must be well-documented and shown in the form of a police department case report.

b ) A substantial amount of cash or negotiable instruments are held, exchanged, carried, transported, deposited, etc. in the regular course of business.

c) Valuable merchandise or equipment is held, exchanged, carried, transported, etc.

d) Physicians, duly registered with the Drug Enforcement Administration, who have, possess, carry or distribute narcotics (Copy of DEA certificate must be provided).

e) Although none of the above-listed circumstances (a through d) apply to a business, there exists another legitimate business necessity for the issuance of a Business License. Please explain.

[b ]Business Necessity Letter Second Paragraph: [/b]

The letter of necessity must also contain the following:

a) For an employee of a company, a detailed description of his or her position of employment and the specific reason/need for a Business License as it pertains to his or her job description;

b ) A statement acknowledging that the firearm must only be carried during the course of business. The statement must also include a declaration that when not being carried for business purposes, the firearm(s) will be secured either in his or her residence, if properly licensed to do so, or in a safe inside the business location which is only accessible to the applicant or the employer/applicant when they are not conducting business;

Note: An applicant may use his or her firearm(s) to target shoot if properly licensed.

c) A statement acknowledging that the applicant must notify the NCPD Pistol License Section in person within ten (10) business days should their employment cease (to either downgrade his or her pistol license to Target/Hunting or to surrender his or her pistol license and firearm(s) if living outside of Nassau County);

d) A statement indicating that the applicant has read and understands the provisions of the New York State Penal Law Article 35 (Use of Deadly Force), Article 265 (Criminal Possession, Use and Sale of a Firearm), and Article 400 (Licensing and Other Provisions Relating To Firearms).

This is from the May/2015 updated handbook
 

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Out of curiosity, lets say your a dealer of some sort, and while you dont necessarily deposit/withdraw cash on a regular basis because it would be inconvenient, you do keep/carry $20k +/- in cash at any given time????
I knew a few used car dealers that carried a large amount of cash all the time, just in case a great deal popped up....they all had business carry.
 

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how does the mugger know how much you are carrying. This is one of the dumbest rules.
 

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how does the mugger know how much you are carrying. This is one of the dumbest rules.
Actually, it's the smartest rule they came up with outside of needed to prove a real and imminent threat on your life. The goal is to deny everyone the right to carry, what better way to require multiple deposits of large sums of cash on a monthly basis. How many people deal in that kind of cash?
 

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Actually, it's the smartest rule they came up with outside of needed to prove a real and imminent threat on your life. The goal is to deny everyone the right to carry, what better way to require multiple deposits of large sums of cash on a monthly basis. How many people deal in that kind of cash?
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