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Checkwriting

Free checkwriting privileges offered with nonretirement accounts for select mutual funds.

Checkwriting

The act or process of writing a check. When one writes a check, one makes an order to one's bank to transfer funds to another account, perhaps at a different bank. To write a check, one must indicate who the payee is by writing his/her/its name. One must also date the check and sign it. Generally, one also writes the amount of the payment (in both numbers and words) unless one is writing a blank check. Under most circumstances, one gives the check to the payee, who then deposits it into his/her bank account. At this point the check clearing process begins.
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Rutenberg brokers and agents pay a monthly fee of $99 that provides them with access to a private phone line and voice mail, desk, computer, admin support, coaching and training sessions, advertising discounts, PR support, credit card services, check writing and the company's databases and networks.
The second level teaches advanced money handling strategies such as check writing, savings account deposits, credit card debt payment, and interest collection on certificates of deposit (CD).
In general, the first $200 of a deposit must be available for cash withdrawal or check writing the next business day.
The account does not allow check writing via paper checks, but provides unlimited access to free digital banking including online and mobile banking and bill payment, the firm said.
"As check writing continued to decline, the number of checks that could be converted declined as well," the story notes.