I got my first Adsense payout check back in July but I still haven't cashed it in - it's just sitting around doing nothing.
There's no real time limit to when I can cash it in, right?
Most banks here in the U.S. won't honor a check older than 180 days--at least that's the way it used to be.
Who holds onto a check for that long? The new practice is that you can cash a check up to 6 months after the date on the check, after that, the bank has the right to not honor the check, but sometimes they will. Either way, I would just deposit it and be done with it.
I have not much Idea about US but yes in India the validity is 3 months.So for you I think better to cash out.
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