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1. n. a dose of a drug in a capsule or folded in a paper. (Drugs.) How much you want for a check?
2. interj. okay; yes; yes, it is on the list. BILL: Four quarts of oil. TOM: Check.
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Survey information on the proportion of banks and savings associations that offered various retail services over time is available for the following services: auto loans, non-interest-bearing checking accounts, negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (which are interest-bearing checking accounts), savings accounts, money orders and cashiers checks, the return of canceled checks, automated teller machines (ATMs), and safe deposit boxes.
Data on checking and savings accounts include the availability of no-fee versions of those accounts.
The second type of noninterest checking account differs from the first in that failure to maintain a minimum balance results in a charge per check as well as a monthly fee.
The third noninterest checking account reported is a fee-only account, defined as an account in which the customer is charged a monthly fee regardless of the account balance; a per check charge may also be assessed, but not necessarily.
"Because they entered the checking account field late, they may offer appealing terms to attract customers," says Liberman.
* What is the minimum amount a customer must keep on account to qualify for a no-fee or interest-bearing checking account?
Prima Institution and Main Checking Institution Households were asked to designate a financial institution as their "main" or primary financial institution.
The above instructions allow you to keep your original deposit intact, subtract the amount of the returned check from your checking account, and record the business/person that owes you for the returned check.
According to the Federal Reserve Board in its most recent Survey of Consumer Finances, a mere 1.2 percent of the unbanked say that lack of convenient hours or locations is what keeps them from opening a checking account.
We will man-block the left side with a back checking the left side and then releasing if he is not needed.
For example, if the transaction solely involves an extension of credit, and does not include a debit to a checking account (or other consumer asset account), the liability limitations and error resolution requirements of Regulation Z apply.
The IRS argued that the checks were incomplete lifetime gifts and that the check amounts should be included in Newman's gross estate because she maintained dominion and control over the checking account until her death.
A number of financial institutions have expressed a desire to expand the program to new customer accounts, another hotbed for fraudulent checking activities.
WHEN JEANINE COOPER-TAYLOR MOVED TO ATLANTA IN THE winter of 1996 and opened a personal checking account with a large money center bank, she was pleased to have found an institution that offered the convenience of so many locations.