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Checking Accounts

BTC 29.1

A written order directing a bank or any other financial institution to pay money on demand to the person or company named on it. Check
Allows electronic transfers of payments directly from the payers account to the recipients account. Direct Deposit
An account that earns interest on the balance for the depositor. Interest-Bearing Account
A record of an accounts signature to verify identity. Signature Card
An account where its owner has written checks for more money than the account holds. Overdrawn
A line of credit for overdrawn accounts. Overdraft Protection
An order for a bank not to cash a particular check. Stop Payment
A bank card that acts like a credit card but only uses money from an account. Debit Card
An insistent and peremptory request, made as if by right. Demand
Occurring, found, or done often; prevalent. Common
Estimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimilarity between. Compare
Decide upon the look and functioning of an object, typically by making a detailed drawing of it. Designed
Created by: zachary_franz