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Insufficient Funds
Not enough money in a checking account
Checking Account
Money taken out of an account using a check or ATM card
Deposit
Put money in the bank
Check
A written order telling the bank to pay a certain amount of money
Minimum deposit
The lowest amount of money needed in an account
Withdraw
remove money
Interest
Money the bank pays you for an account
Fee
A cost you pay
ATM
Money taken out of a machine
Signature card
A card you sign when you open a banking account
Deposit slip
A slip you fill out to show how much money you want to put into an account
Receipt
Shows how much money is in your account.
Given by the bank teller or machine
Check register
A chart where you record the checks you have written and deposited.
Balance
The amount of money in the bank
Cash
Dollar bills and coins
Savings account
Money in the bank that earns interest
Withdrawal slip
A piece of paper used to take money from the bank
Bank statement
A report from the bank stating how much money is in your checking and savings account. It also lists all the checks you wrote or deposited.
make sure you know how to spell all the number
Know how to spell the months and give abbreviations and numbers.
Paycheck
A check for the money earned from a job
Paycheck stub
A piece of paper attached to a paycheck
Gross pay
Total amount an employee earns
deduction
Money taken out of a paycheck
Net pay
Money an employee earns after deductions
Cash a check
Give to a bank and receive money
Teller
an employee at a bank
Endorse
Signature on the back of a check
Expenses
Payments you must make
Budget
A plan for spending money
Income
Money earned
retirement
The years after a person stops working and earning income
Social Security
A government program that takes money out of each employee's paycheck. After the person stops working, he or she will receive the money.