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Check It Out When you receive a paycheck, you may want to have a checking account. Do you have a checking account?

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Lesson Objective Write a check. Content Vocabulary checking account check checking account A deposit account held at a bank that gives you convenient access to your money. check A paper document directing a bank to deduct money from your checking account and make a payment to the person named on the check.

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Writing a Check

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Write the following in word form. a. $65.29 b. $235.58 Example 1

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Step: Write the amounts in word form. $65.29 in word form is $235.58 in word form is Example 1 Answer sixty-five and 29/100 dollars Two hundred thirty-five and 58/100 dollars

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Write each amount in word form with cents expressed as a fraction of a dollar. $88.37 Example 2

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Step: Write the amounts in word form. $88.37 in word form is Example 2 Answer dollars eighty-eight and 37/100 dollars

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Write each amount in numerals as it would appear on a check. four hundred sixty-four and 11/100 dollars Example 3 $464.11

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Margaret Miller is buying a gift at the Department Store on March 23. The cost of the gift is $45.78. Miller is paying by check. How should she write the check? Example 4

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Write the date. (All writing should be in pen.) Example 4 Answer: Step 1

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Write the name of the person or organization to whom payment will be made. Example 4 Answer: Step 2

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Write the amount of the check as a numeral. Example 4 Answer: Step 3

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Write the amount of the check in words with cents expressed as a fraction of a dollar. Example 4 Answer: Step 4

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Make a notation on the check to indicate its purpose. Example 4 Answer: Step 5

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Sign the check. Example 4 Answer: Step 6

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