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© South-Western Educational Publishing Chapter 9 Checking Accounts and Other Banking Services Checking Accounts Other Banking Services and Fees
GOALS © South-Western Educational Publishing Lesson 9.1 Checking Accounts
© South-Western Educational Publishing Checking Account
© South-Western Educational Publishing Opening a Checking Account
© South-Western Educational Publishing Parts of a Check 071000741 08 40 856 0581 581 ARDYS JOHNSON Phone: 555-0100 4250 West 18 th Avenue Chicago, IL 60601-2190 SKY CENTRAL BANK Chicago, Illinois PAY TO THE ORDER OF DOLLARS For Classroom Use Only MEMO DATE 2-74 710 $ July 1, 20-- Food Mart 36.12 Thirty-six and 12/100 groceries Ardys Johnson
© South-Western Educational Publishing Using Your Checking Account Writing checks Paying bills online Making deposits Using a checkbook register
Using a Checkbook Register
© South-Western Educational Publishing Reconciling Your Checking Account 1.Write ending balance from bank statement. 2.Add credits or deposits not on statement. 3.Total lines 1 and 2. 4.Write total outstanding checks/debit transactions. 5.Subtract line 4 from line 3. (Should agree with checkbook balance) 1279.38 100.00 1379.38 139.90 1239.48
© South-Western Educational Publishing Endorsing Checks
© South-Western Educational Publishing Types of Checking Accounts
GOALS © South-Western Educational Publishing Lesson 9.2 Other Banking Services and Fees
© South-Western Educational Publishing Other Banking Services Guaranteed-payment checks (certified checks) Money orders (if you don’t want to use cash/don’t have a checking account – it can’t ever bounce) Debit cards and bank credit cards Online banking ATM’s Telephone banking Stop payment orders Safe deposit boxes Loans Financial services
© South-Western Educational Publishing Bank Fees Examples of bank fees
CHAPTER 25 Checking Accounts. CHAPTER 25 Checking Accounts.
Checking Account Register
Chapter 9 Review. Parts of a Check 7 89 Date line Payee Numeric amount Written amount Memo Signature Check # Bank routing and account #’s.
Checking Account & Debit Card Simulation
© Thomson/South-WesternSlideCHAPTER 231 BANKING AND CREDIT 23.1Financial Institutions 23.2Checking Accounts 23.3Credit and Its Use Chapter 23.
Teens 2 lesson six using banking services presentation slides 04/09.
Check It Out 1. 2 Introductions Instructor and student introductions Module overview.
© 2010 South-Western, Cengage Learning Chapter © 2010 South-Western, Cengage Learning Checking Accounts and Banking Services 9.1Checking Accounts 9.2Banking.
Checking Accounts. Things Not To Do Don’t write checks for more money than you have in your account. ▫You could be charged an overdraft fee by your financial.
Bank On It The Basics. Homework (Passport page 9)
Checking Accounts and Other Banking Services
© South-Western Educational Publishing Chapter 9 Checking Accounts and Other Banking Services Checking Accounts Other Banking Services and Fees.
Chapter © 2010 South-Western, Cengage Learning Checking Accounts and Banking Services Checking Accounts Banking Services and Fees 9.
Checking Accounts and Other Bank Services. Purpose of a Checking Account It allows the depositor to pay a stated amount (Check) to a person or business.
Check It Out 1. 2 Purpose Check It Out will teach you how to use a checking account responsibly.
FINANCE Chapter 9 Checking Accounts and Other Banking Services.
Chapter © 2010 South-Western, Cengage Learning Checking Accounts and Banking Services Banking Services and Fees 9.
Chapter 9 Checking Accounts and Other Banking Services
CONVENIENT HELPS YOU KEEP TRACK OF MONEY: USING THE CHECK REGISTER OR ONLINE BANKING SAVES YOU MONEY – EXPENSES ARE LESS THAN MONEY ORDERS.
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