This is a list of how often and where the term 'checking account' appears in the book The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition.
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"... will be your system for communicating back home?
▪ Banking needs – checking account, credit card, ATM debit card? Will your parents be putting money into an account? How will they do that? How will you receive money from other sources?
Going through and strapping each of the four logs ..."
"...To make your life less complicated check out which banks have ATMs on your college campus. Then visit each one to see who offers the best deals for setting up checking and savings accounts. Many banks in North America offer special student account packages such as checking accounts with no monthly fees up to five years, free online banking and bill paying, free check card (debit card) and overdraft protection. Compare banks for ATM fees. If you use an ATM that your bank does not own, you may incur a fee. Some banks allow you to use
"...A checking account is the most fundamental way to manage your money. With a checking account you can pay your bills by using a check or online banking. A checking account is also the best way to keep track of your money. You can view your account deposits, transfers, withdrawals, and balances
"...A debit card (also called check card) is linked directly to your checking account. You can use your debit card to withdraw cash from an ATM or (and this is how it is different from a regular bank card) to pay for purchases at stores, restaurants and more. Even though your debit card has a Visa or MasterCard logo on it (so you
"...A savings account – Unless you have a steady job, you may not be saving much money while you are in college, but it is still a good idea to open a savings account and have it directly linked to your checking account with an overdraft protection program. In the case of over-expenditure, money will be transferred from your savings to your checking account to make up for what is not available in your checking account. You will still have an overdraft fee but with many student packages the fees are reduced.
"...to cover your expenses for the whole term or school year (from your parents or guardian or from a financial aid package), put all the money for months beyond the current one in your savings account. Then, each month, transfer the amount you need for the month to your checking account. That way your money will last for the entire term or school year instead of getting spent the first part of the term “because it is there.”
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