Your expectations, questions, and concerns about banking.
Bank On It :
Is an overview of banking services.
Will help you build a positive relationship with banks, thrifts, and credit unions.
By the end of this module, you will be able to:
Identify the major types of insured financial institutions.
Identify five reasons to use a bank.
Describe the steps involved in opening and maintaining a bank account.
Describe two types of deposit accounts.
Identify additional bank services that come with deposit accounts.
Describe the main functions of the bank customer service representative, teller, loan officer, and branch manager.
Agenda and Ground Rules
60 – 90 minutes long
One 10-minute break
A business that:
Offers you a safe place to keep your money.
Uses your deposits to make loans.
Provides a variety of services.
Also called a financial institution.
Why Keep Money in a Bank?
Types of Financial Institutions
Opening and Maintaining a Bank Account
Open the account and go through account verification.
Make deposits and withdrawals.
Record interest and fees.
Keep track of your account balance.
Reviews your credit and past banking history.
Checks your photo identification.
Determines if you can open an account.
Now you can deposit your money!
A deposit is money you add to your account using a deposit slip.
Your Name Your Address Your Phone Number DEPOSIT TICKET DATE DEPOSITS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL SIGN HERE IF CASH RECEIVED FROM DEPOSIT YOUR FINANCIAL INSTITUTION YOUR CITY, CA 92453 DO NOT USE FOR AUTOMATIC PAYMENT OR CHECK TRANSACTIONS :000000 : 12345 67890.: CURRENCY COIN OR TOTAL FROM REVERSE SUBTOTAL LESS CASH RECEIVED NET DEPOSIT
The balance is the amount of money you have in your bank account.
A withdrawal is money you take out of your account using:
Banks deduct fees from your account for:
Certain services (monthly maintenance fee).
Penalties (for bouncing a check).
Interest is a percentage of your balance that the bank pays you for keeping your money at that bank.
Read the scenario.
Answer the question.
Accounts that let you add money to the account:
Checking accounts let you write checks to pay bills or buy goods.
Savings accounts always earn interest.
These accounts are NOT FDIC-insured.
Additional Banking Services
Online and telephone
Additional Banking Services (Continued)
Stored value cards
Notices that companies involved in financial transactions must send you. They explain:
What personal financial information is collected.
If they intend to share it.
How to limit the sharing.
How your personal financial information is protected.