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Banking Your Money
Terms in this set (14)
a bank account from which a depositor can withdraw money using a check or a debit card.
money put in a bank account.
a written order directing a bank to pay a certain amount of money from the account of the person who signs it to the person named.
the lowest amount of money a depositor can keep in an account without being charged an additional fee.
money that a bank pays you for keeping your money in that bank.
an automatic teller machine; a machine that allows you to take money out of or put money into your bank account using a special card.
a card you sign when you open a bank account.
a form you fill out that shows how much money you are putting in the bank.
a form that the bank gives you that shows how much money you put in or took out of your bank account.
a small chart where you record the checks you write and the deposits you make.
the amount of money in a bank account.
a bank account on which interest is paid and from which a depositor can withdraw money.
a form used to take money out of the bank.
a report that the bank sends you to show how much money is in your accounts.
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