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Account Records

BTC 29.2

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A checkbook log in which an account holder records checking account transactions. Check Register
The signature of the payee on the back of the check. Endorsement
A banks record of all the transactions done in a checking account. Bank Statement
Checks that have been cashed. Canceled Checks
The process of seeing whether an account holder's records agree with the banks records for the account. Bank Reconciliation
Checks that have been written but not yet cashed. Outstanding Checks
A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination. Route
A mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something. Traces
Actually supporting the intended point or claim; acceptable as cogent. Valid
The action or process of altering or being altered. Alteration
The party to whom the check is written, or that is cashing the check. Payee
The party who wrote the check and is paying the money. Drawer
The financial institution where the drawer has an account. Drawee
Created by: zachary_franz