A bank account in which checks (bank drafts) may be written against deposited...
An account that allows owners to draw upon deposited funds by writing checks.
A special account which allows a person to withdraw funds from their financial institution account without having to go to the financial institution personally.
An account offered by a bank or credit union in which deposits are made and checks are written from. Most checking accounts offer minimal interest and offer cash and/or debit card capabilities.
An account at a bank where your money is held and available to you when you want it. Checks are written notes to your bank telling your banker how much to pay out of your account and to whom.
An account which allows the holder to write checks against deposited funds. Checking accounts which pay interest are sometimes referred to as negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts. The interest rate often depends on how large the balance in the account is, and most charge a monthly service fee if the account balance falls below a preset level.
Accounts in which money is deposited and can be accessed on demand by writing a check or making a withdrawal.
An account which allows the holder to write checks against deposited funds. see also account, money order, negotiable instrument, overdraft protection
Christmas Club Account
see current account.
A checking account is an account that lets you write checks to pay bills or to buy goods. The financial institution takes the money from your account and pays it to the person named on the check. The financial institution sends you a monthly record of the deposits made and the checks written.
An account for which the holder can write checks. Checking accounts pay less interest than savings accounts, or none at all.
An agreement with your credit union to write checks to pay for things. After you use a check as payment, the recipient sends the check to the credit union. The credit union subtracts the amount of the check from your account balance. Some credit unions call checks "share drafts".
a bank account against which the depositor can drawn checks payable on demand
a bank account that allows the depositor to withdaw funds simply by writing a check
a demand deposit account held by a customer at a bank, credit union, or savings and loan association
an account at a depository institution against which checks may be written to make payments
a non-interest bearing account from which collected funds on deposit may be withdrawn at any time and without any prior notice (on demand) by a properly completed negotiable instrument called a check
a special account for your checks
A transaction account on which checks may be drawn.
A special kind of account that lets you write out checks.
An account in which customers can write checks to access the money deposited in their account.
A banking service wherein money is deposited into an account and checks are written to withdraw money as needed
a banking service in which money is deposited and checks are written
A bank account in which people deposit money and use checks as a way of using money for payments.
Account set up to maintain your daily financial activities. Users can draft checks for payment, issue deposits into their accounts and keep track of their debit card transactions through their checking account.
Type of account which enables customers to withdraw their own available funds simply by writing a check. For more information on LaSalle Bank products, click here.
An account which allows the account owner to write checks against the account on deposited funds.
A US term (coming into use in British English) for a current account. Such accounts usually allow unlimited withdrawals. Some pay interest but the rate is usually lower than on a Savings Account or Bank Money-Market Account.
A bank account used for handling payment transactions (crediting and debiting of funds).
A bank account that the account holder can draw checks against without giving prior notice or having a passbook.
money in a bank that can be withdrawn by writing a check. Interest is paid on some of these accounts.
Money kept in a bank or savings and loan for safekeeping. Money can be easily withdrawn by writing checks or using an ATM or debit card.
The applicant's account with a banking institution. Lenders normally require the direct deposit feature on this account to be able to wire the funds directly into the account.
An agreement that allows you to write a check for payment from deposits in a financial institution. Some credit unions call a checking account a share draft account.
An account in which checks may be written against amounts on deposit.