Stealth Ways to Stash Your Cash at Home

Kitchen Foods Diversion Safes-
Kitchen foods diversion safes ($17) look and are weighted to feel like what they appear to be on the outside, but inside you won't find anything to eat.... more 
Kitchen Foods Diversion Safes-
Kitchen foods diversion safes ($17) look and are weighted to feel like what they appear to be on the outside, but inside you won't find anything to eat. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 4:58 PM EDT
Your grandparents might have stashed emergency cash in boxes of cereal and under the mattress, but there are more clever options these days for those who keep some reserves on hand. You can spend as little as $5 on diversion safes. See nine clever contraptions under $30 to buy you peace of mind.



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