How to enter cash transactions as "Transfer"?

I run a small cash business on the side. I get paid in cash numerous times over the month. I keep the cash on the side and make one big deposit into my Bank Account at the end of the month. When I get paid in cash, I manually enter it as a cash transaction categorized as "Income/Paycheque." 

At the end of the month, I would make a deposit to my Bank Account. This is when I encounter problems with categorizing the transactions. I thought it would be a transfer out of Cash and into the Bank Account. But Mint doesn't allow "Transfer" as the category for cash transactions. I don't know what category I should use without counting my cash income twice.

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