cheque account


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cheque account

n
(Banking & Finance) an account at a bank or a building society upon which cheques can be drawn
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cheque account

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It has also rolled out a fee-free cheque account that also offers a debit card.
When O'Hara left the church in 2011, new treasurer Roger Davis carried out a review of the church's finances - held in a Coventry Building Society account, an HSBC cheque account and an HSBC current account known as the Hawksbury Charity Account.
When O'Hara left the church in 2011, new treasurer Roger Davis carried out a review of the church's finances -- held in a Coventry Building Society account, an HSBC cheque account and an HSBC current account known as the Hawksbury Charity Account.
Under the 2013 price structure, the unlimited option on FNB's Gold Cheque account charges R40 ($4) for payments made in branch, plus R40 for transfers in branch.
"The idea that millions of people could be charged for having a charge card and cheque account is quite objectionable."
NOW I don't want to be disparaging about local banks, not the big investment banks, but the mums and dads savings and cheque account banks, which are only a step away from keeping your money in a sock under the bed.
The new improved system offers clients with an EasySave, Solo, Vibe, transaction, SeniorSave or cheque account with more functionality and convenience.
The group's High Interest Cheque Account only pays interest to people who hold a balance of pounds 50,000, with a return of 0.4% after tax.
The next example, which is presented in Diagram 4 below, also appears in the calculations worksheet and is the formula to derive the profit or loss per cheque account according to the average balance.
First Direct offers two current accounts, a cheque account that pays interest on credit balances of 0.1per cent, and its bank account, which pays interest of two per cent.
The cheque account now offers free travel accident insurance and overdraft life cover.