||a bank machine that gives out cash from your account and accepts deposits around the clock.
|| A debit against your checking account written on a paper form.
|| Like a credit card, but directly attached to a checking account;
||An automatic deposit of a paycheck without having to take a physical check to the bank.
|| Amounts withdrawn from your account beyond the money the account holds
|| the central banking system of the United States. These three parts work together to prevent banking disasters and promote a healthy economy.
|| a cooperative bank, meaning it is privately owned and controlled by its members
||The first range of numbers in the series of numbers at the bottom of a check that indicates which Federal Reserve district the bank issuing the check belongs to.