Transactions demand for money:
Transactions demand for money represents cash balances held by economic agents in order to carry outordinary everyday transactions.For example, individual consumers need to hold money to buy food, cloth, pay bus fares, and so on. Similarly, business organizations need money to pay wages and electricity bills, buy raw materials, fuel for vehicles, etc.the transactions demand for money is directly related to income, and inversely related to the rate of interest that could be earned from holding interest-yielding assets in the alternative.The precautionary motive, on the other hand, refers to holding cash balances as a precaution against unexpected events. For instance, people hold money to provide them with some degree of security against sudden illness, accidents, fire or flood disaster, and so on. The main factor influencing this motive is the level of income.