If you think you've mastered the material in this chapter, take our quiz. After you click the ''submit'' button, the answers will appear below.More often than not, the right bank account for many people is:LifelineInterest bearing.FreeMoney market."Float" refers to:The lending of money.The number of days between writing a check and the deduction of money from your account.The fee charged by a bank for a bounced checkTrue or false: You can opt out of your bank's overdraft privilege or bounce protection.TrueFalseNext Chapter >> advertisementRelated Links:4 risky places to swipe your debit cardWhat happens when you write a check?High-yield checking for savvy saversRelated Articles:History of 'bank'Defining 'bank'High-yield chasers beware
If you think you've mastered the material in this chapter, take our quiz. After you click the ''submit'' button, the answers will appear below.
More often than not, the right bank account for many people is:
"Float" refers to:
True or false: You can opt out of your bank's overdraft privilege or bounce protection.
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