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Vocabulary Banzai

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Account Arrangement with a bank or credit union you deposit and withdraw money.
Account Statement List of financial transactions you made over a given period
ATM Used to withdraw cash from a checking account
Bad Check Check written for more money than is available in your account
Budget Plan used the amount of money used to spend, and how it will be spent
Check AN order to pay another person an amount of money from your account
Check Register Record of all deposits to and withdrawals from a checking account
Checking Account Account where money can be with drawn with checks or a debit card
Cleared Check When money has transferred from the account of the payer to the payee
Convenience Fee Charged when using an ATM not owned by your bank or credit union
Credit Card Allows you to make purchases and pay for them at a later date
Debit Card Used to make purchases with funds directly from a checking account
Deposit Money placed into an account
Direct Deposit Paycheck that is electronically transferred into your account
Gross Pay The total amount of a paycheck before taxes
Jar Money set aside for a specific purpose (like a budget item)
Health Insurance Insurance that covers medical illness or injury
Insurance A product offered by a company promising to protect you from specific financial risks
Interest Rate The percentage cost of borrowing for someone else
Loan Money lent to someone else in exchange for future payment
Net Pay The amount of a paycheck after taxes are subtracted from Gross Pay
Overdraft Credit extended from a financial institution when an account has insufficient funds
Reconciliation A way to balance your account records with your bank or credit union
Renters Insurance Covers your personal property in a rented apartment or home
Savings Account Account for storing or saving money with limited withdrawals
Transfer When money is moved from one account to another
Utilities A term used to reference electric, water, gas, and other services
Overdraft Fee A fee charged to your account when you spend more money than you have
Created by: 22cole.mallory