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Finance Chapter 5

TermDefinition
direct deposit an automated deposit of a persons net pay to their bank account
automated teller machine (ATM) a machine that allows you to draw money from an account
debit card a cash card that allows you to take money from an account to pay for a purchase
point of sale transaction a purchase by a debit card at a good or service retailer, restaurant, etc.
commercial bank for-profit institution that offers all financial services
savings and loan association financial institution specialized traditionally in savings accounts and mortgage loans
credit union non-profit institution that is owned by members and for their benefit
certificate of deposit money market account savings alternative where money is left on deposit to earn specific rate of return
money market account an account that requires minimum balance and earns interest that varies month to month
rate of return percentage increase in value of savings earned from interest
annual percentage yield amount of interest a hundred dollar deposit would earn for one year
overdraft protection loan made to account if balance will not cover checks written
stop-payment order request that a bank or institution does not cash a check
endorsement signature of payee
bank reconciliation report that accounts for differences between bank statement and checkbook balance
compounding process on which interest is earned on principal and any previously earned interest
Created by: Cressida