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1 Chapter 10 Banking

2 Types of Banks Commercial Banks Community Banks
Largest type, locations in multiple states, most services Community Banks Located in smaller area, fewer locations, “Mom & Pop” type business, Focus more local customers Savings and loan associations Primarily lend money for home mortgages Credit Unions Not-for-Profit, Membership Requirements/Criteria, NCUA insured Online Banks Bank located solely online, no physical location; Low/No Fees

3 Financial Security Peace of mind comes from knowing that when needs arise, you will have adequate money to pay for them. The amount of money you save depends on: The amount of your discretionary or disposable income The importance you attach to savings Your anticipated needs and wants Your willpower Savings accounts FDIC Insured up to $250,000/Depositor


5 Types of Accounts Savings Accounts Checking Accounts
Certificate of Deposits (CDs) Money Market Account

6 Savings Accounts High “Liquidity”
Speed in which you can get cash without loss of value Used for Long Term Goals & Emergencies Interest Bearing The Higher the Interest, the Higher the Minimum Balance

7 Checking Accounts Used for Day-to-Day purchases
Access through ATM, Debit Card, Electronic Payments, & Checks High Liquidity Interest Varies Usually no interest on accounts with no or low minimum balance; Interest Bearing require higher minimum balance

8 Certificate of Deposit
A certificate of deposit (CD), or time deposit, is a deposit that earns a fixed interest rate for a specified length of time. A CD requires a minimum deposit. You must leave the money in the CD for the full time period. If you take out any part of your money early, you will pay an early withdrawal penalty. A CD has a set maturity date, which is the date on which an investment becomes due for payment.

9 Money Market Account A Money Market Account is a type of savings account that offers a more competitive interest rate than a regular savings account. There are two different kinds of money market accounts: Money market deposit account—FDIC Insured But Require Higher Deposits Money Market Fund—NOT FDIC Insured Invest in Low Risk Government Securities On average, money market funds will pay a higher interest rate than money market deposit accounts. Not as liquid as Savings Account—May be limited to # of Withdrawals/Month

10 Direct Deposit With direct deposit, your net pay is deposited electronically into your bank account. You receive a nonnegotiable copy of your check and stub, notifying you of the amount deposited directly into your account You can have your automatic deposit split between accounts, with some going into savings and some going into checking to cover your bills.

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