ATM and Banking Terms Quiz

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Which term refers to a document prepared by a financial institution that shows all of the transactions related to your bank account?

Bank Statement

What is the purpose of a check register?

To keep track of checks you have written, ATM/debit card transactions, deposits and withdrawals

What is a debit card?

A card that is directly connected to your checking account

What does an ATM allow you to do?

Manage a bank account holder's funds

What is a canceled check?

A check that has been paid or cleared by the bank

Match the following banking terms with their definitions:

Credit Card = A card that allows the holder to make purchases without cash by borrowing money Debit Card = A card that is directly connected to your checking account; it enables you to conduct ATM transactions and to make purchases instead of using cash or writing a check Deposit = Money you put into your account Direct Deposit = An automatic electronic deposit of net pay to an employee's designated bank account

Match the following overdraft terms with their definitions:

Overdraft Fee = A fee charged to your account when it lacks the funds to cover a withdrawal, but the bank allows the transaction to go through anyway Overdraft Protection = A loan banks offer to their customers when they try to withdraw more funds than they have in their account, usually for a fee and with interest

Match the following card types with their functions:

Credit Card = Allows the holder to make purchases without cash by borrowing money Debit Card = Directly connected to your checking account; enables you to conduct ATM transactions and to make purchases instead of using cash or writing a check

Match the following deposit types with their definitions:

Deposit = Money you put into your account Direct Deposit = An automatic electronic deposit of net pay to an employee's designated bank account

Match the following terms related to bank account with their definitions:

Overdraft Fee = A fee charged when account lacks the funds to cover a withdrawal, but the bank allows the transaction to go through Overdraft Protection = A loan banks offer when customers try to withdraw more funds than they have in their account, usually for a fee and with interest Direct Deposit = An automatic electronic deposit of net pay to an employee's designated bank account Deposit = Money you put into your account

Study Notes

Banking Terminology

  • A bank statement is a document prepared by a financial institution that shows all of the transactions related to your bank account.
  • A check register is used to keep track of your checking account balance by recording all deposits, withdrawals, and transactions.

Payment Cards

  • A debit card is a payment card that deducts money directly from your bank account when you make a purchase.

ATM Functionality

  • An ATM (Automated Teller Machine) allows you to withdraw cash, deposit funds, and check your account balance.

Check Processing

  • A canceled check is a check that has been paid by the bank and then marked as cancelled, ensuring it cannot be reused.

Banking and Overdraft Terms

  • Overdraft: occurs when you spend more money than you have in your bank account.
  • Overdraft protection: a service that transfers funds from one account to another to prevent overdrafts.
  • Overdraft fee: a charge imposed by the bank for overdrafts.
  • NSF (Non-Sufficient Funds) fee: a charge imposed by the bank when you attempt to make a transaction with insufficient funds.

Card Types and Functions

  • Credit card: allows you to borrow money from the bank to make purchases, with the promise to repay the loan with interest.
  • Debit card: deducts money directly from your bank account when you make a purchase.

Deposit Types

  • Direct deposit: an electronic transfer of funds directly into your bank account.
  • Wire transfer: an electronic transfer of funds from one account to another.

Bank Account Terms

  • Account balance: the amount of money currently in your bank account.
  • Account holder: the person or entity that owns a bank account.

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