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Checkings Account

Checkings Account - Bank Reconcilation

QuestionAnswer
ATM automated teller machine
Balance money in your account
Bank statement shows your deposits and withdrawals
Cash coins and bills or exchange at the bank for money
Check paper used to pay in the place of coins and bills
Checkbook book with a supply of checks and a register of deposits and withdrawals
Reconcile determining the difference between a checkbook balance and a bank statement balance.
Deduct subtract
Endorse sign your name to the back of a check
Canceled already paid by the bank
Teller bank clerk
Receipt proof of payment
Deposit slip A form that accompanies a deposit and lists the items deposited--currency, coins, or checks.
check stub A form attached to a check on which a depositor keeps a record of the checks written and any current deposit.
Direct Deposit Depositing an employee’s net pay directly into his or her personal bank account; usually made through electronic funds transfer.
check register A separate form on which the depositor keeps a record of deposits and checks.
Signature card A card, kept by a bank, that shows the signatures of all individuals authorized to draw checks against the account.
Joint account A bank account that is used by two or more people.
Service charge A fee a bank charges for handling a checking account.
Interest The fee a bank pays for the use your money.
Transaction An activity affecting a bank account and performed by the account holder or his/her agent.
Overdraft withdrawing excessive funds, resulting in a negative bank balance.
Outstanding Checks Checks that have been written, but have not yet been presented to the bank for payment.
Stop Payment When a payee demands that the bank not honor a certain check written by the payee.
Created by: kltnunley