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|A company or business that focuses on financial transactions such as loans, deposits, withdrawals, and investments.
|A financial institution that collects deposits, makes withdrawals, and manages investments. Banks are regulated by the federal government.
|A bank account that customers use for financial transactions such as depositing money and withdrawing money. Account holders use checks or debit cards for financial transactions.
|A bank account that customers use to save money.
|Adding money to a financial account such as a checking account or a savings account.
|Money added to a financial account through an electronic transaction.
|Taking money from a financial account.
|The amount of money held in a financial account.
|A withdrawal from a checking account or a withdrawal using a debit card or other electronic transaction.
|An exchange of money through deposits, withdrawals, or transfers from one account, business, or person to another account, business, or person.
|Money made through performing work or a service (also called income and salary).
|Money paid for services.
|A document used to record fees, deposits, withdrawals, and other financial transactions.
|Term used when there is not enough money in a checking account to pay for withdrawals. Banks charge fees for NSF.
|A plastic payment card used for purchases. Money spent using a debit card is automatically deducted from a financial account.
|a plastic payment card that allows users to make purchase. They have a credit limit which is a maximum amount of money that users can borrow
|transfer of money to a person or business usually for goods or services
|an expense that will be the same total amount regardless of changes in the amount of sales, production, or some other activity
|an expense that changes with the amount of sales, production and other products
|the cost of using money either when the bank uses the money of depositors or individuals use money borrowed from the bank