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budget account

n
1. (Commerce) an account with a department store, etc, enabling a customer to make monthly payments to cover his or her past and future purchases
2. (Banking & Finance) a bank account for paying household bills, being credited with regular or equal monthly payments from the customer's current account
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budget account

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