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Take It To The Bank Where and When Location Hours Checking Accounts Types of Accounts Fees Overdraft Protection Special Features Saving Types of Accounts CD’s MMDA’s CMA’s IRA’s Electronic Services ATM’s Direct deposit Automatic payments Check 21 Debit Cards On-line Banking

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Take It To The Bank


Where and When

  • Location

  • Hours


Checking Accounts

  • Types of Accounts

  • Fees

  • Overdraft Protection

  • Special Features


Saving

  • Types of Accounts

  • CD’s

  • MMDA’s

  • CMA’s

  • IRA’s


Electronic Services

  • ATM’s

  • Direct deposit

  • Automatic payments

  • Check 21

  • Debit Cards

  • On-line Banking


Lending Services

  • Credit Cards

  • Loans


Other Services

  • Education/advise

  • Investment

  • Transfer of Money

  • Travelers Checks

  • Money Orders

  • Ask your Bank


Consumer Scenario - Julia

Julia is moving back to her home state to be closer to her elderly mother. Julia has been retired for several years and is a new widow. She is trying to choose a new bank. She will use checking and savings accounts. She does not want to be required to keep a balance of more than $2,500 in her checking account.

She is interested in other types of savings options like CDs. She will use an ATM and debit card. She tries to avoid additional bank fees when possible. She likes to have her social security and retirement checks sent to her account by direct deposit.

Julia has found several banks that have locations and hours convenient for her. Which bank and account option would be the best choice for Julia? Please rank your selections from most favorable option to least favorable option.


Option 1 – Bank A

  • Interest Plus Checking Account

  • Minimum Balance – no minimum balance

  • Monthly Fee – no monthly fee

  • Checks – fee bank logo checks

  • Overdraft Protection – up to $500

  • Interest Bearing Account – yes, 0.25%

  • ATM – yes, free transactions at any of the 15 bank locations; 25¢ charge at other bank ATMs

  • Debit Card – yes, free with account

  • Direct Deposit - yes

  • CDs – 6 month, 2.47% rate

  • Other Services - No fees for money orders, cashier’s checks or Travelers Cheques. Photographic images of all cleared items are included in the monthly statement


Option 2 – Bank B

  • Silver Club Checking Account (50+)

  • Minimum Balance - $2,000

  • Monthly Fee – no monthly fee

  • Checks – free checks

  • Overdraft Protection – up to $1,000

  • Interest Bearing Account – Yes, 0.30%

  • ATM – yes, free transactions at any of the 12 bank locations

  • Debit Card – yes, free with account

  • Direct Deposit - yes

  • CDs – 6 month, 2.530% rate

  • Other Services – No fees for money orders, cashier’s checks or Travelers Cheques. Photographic images of all cleared items are included in the monthly statement. Fifty percent discount on first year for a new safety deposit box.


Option 3 – Bank C

  • Free Checking Account

  • Minimum Balance – no minimum balance required

  • Monthly Fee – no monthly fee

  • Checks - $4.95 for a box of 200 checks

  • Overdraft Protection -no

  • Interest Bearing Account - no

  • ATM – 4 free transactions per month

  • Debit Card – available for additional fee

  • Direct Deposit – yes

  • CDs – 6 month, 2.9% rate

  • Other Services – Check return in monthly statements available for $5.00 per statement cycle.


Option 4 – Bank D

  • Summit Bonus Checking Account (50+)

  • Minimum Balance - $5,000

  • Monthly Fee – no monthly fee

  • Checks – free checks

  • Overdraft Protection – up to $600

  • Interest Bearing Account – yes, 0.15%

  • ATM – yes, free transactions

  • Debit Card – yes, free with account

  • Direct Deposit – yes, after three months of account service

  • CDs – 6 month, 2.2% rate

  • Other Services - No fees for money orders, cashier’s checks or Travelers Cheques. Check return in monthly statement.


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