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checking accounts #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:22 pm   checking accounts
 

http://www.english-test.net/toeic/listening/giving_a_customer_information_about_his_bank_accounts.html

Please explain: checking accounts and the difference between: checking accounts and saving accounts?

point-five percent = 0,5%?

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checking accounts #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:33 pm   checking accounts
 

Checking account(Chequing account=Current account):a bank account in which you can "draw" a cheque from which you can always take out money and often provides you with a chequebook or cashcard.

Saving account:You deposit an amount and they give you monthly profit.No cheques.
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