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An electronic machine that bank customers and credit union members can use to withdraw cash and make other financial transactions.
The deposit of wages or other income directly into a customer’s bank account.
A state or federally chartered, for-profit business owned by stockholders that provides savings accounts, checking accounts, and other financial services to its customers.
An institution that cashes checks immediately for a fee.
A bank or credit union account that allows withdrawals by writing a check.
A plastic card authorizing the delivery of goods and services in exchange for future payment with interest.
state or federally chartered, not-for- profit financial cooperative that provides financial services to its member- owners who have met specific requirements.
A plastic card used to deduct a purchase amount directly from your checking account; also called a check card.
The different kinds of services provided by financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, insurance companies and other similar businesses.
Any business providing financial services.
A company that guarantees compensation for specific forms of loss, damage, injury, or death.
A business that participates in buying and selling stocks, corporate bonds and government bonds.
The process of moving money from one account to another account.
A company that makes loans for purchase of a house or other real estate.
The process allowing customers to make financial transactions on a secure web site operated by their financial institution; also called internet banking.
A description of what happens when a withdrawal (check, ATM, etc. ) is greater than the amount of money in a checking account.
A checking account feature that provides an automatic loan from their financial institution to cover overdrafts.
A protection location in a secure bank vault where individuals can store valuables for a small fee.
An interest-bearing account at a financial institution.
Individuals and companies who buy and sell stocks for investors.
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