The federal government will no longer be able to seize small business owners’ cash deposits that are structured “to avoid the $10,000 threshold that triggers reporting of these deposits to the federal government,” unless the individual or business has first been charged with a crime, the Cincinnati Business Courier reports. Under the government’s old policy, if a business or an individual with a cash-intensive business made multiple deposits just under $10,000, the federal government could, and often did, seize the monies even if the business owner did nothing wrong. For more, click here.