I think both are possible.
Please see here.
Interested in Language
which is right?
we do not have money in hand/ or at hand.?
They don't necessarily mean the same thing though. For me:
I have some money in hand = I have some money set aside or saved somewhere which I could use if I needed to.
I have some money at/to hand = I have money immediately available (I have it in my purse/wallet or I have it in an account which can be accessed instantly).
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thank you emrs2d2.
It became more clear to me.
I had somehow the same feeling with some ambiguity.