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  • 1. Learning How to Write A Check
    Genevieve S. Bognar
    EDU 290
    Central Michigan University
  • 2. Parts of a check
    1. Account Holder Name, Address, and phone number
    2. Bank Name and City/State
    3. Check Number
    4. Place to write the name or company that is getting paid with the check
  • 3. Parts of a check cont.
    5. Write numerically the amount the person/company is getting paid
    6. Write the Amount in words
    7. This can be blank or you can write any information
  • 4. Cont.
    8. Account holder signs the check here
    9. Routing number, 9 digit code that is routed back to the bank
    10. Account Number- Account holders account number
  • 5. Cont.
    11. Fraction Code- routing for the check
    12. Date- Write the day the check is being created
  • 6. How to write a check
    First thing to do is fill in the date and the pay to the order of- Write in the name of the person/company the check is for.
  • 7. How to write a check cont.
    Secondly, write the amount numerically in the box.
    Write as closely to the border, which will prevent someone in adding extra numbers.
  • 8. Cont.
    Write the amount of how much you want the check to be in words not numerically.
    Draw a line through the extra space as seen in the example so someone couldn’t write more and take more money from you.
  • 9. Cont.
    Sign your name on the bottom right line and you can write whatever the check was for in the memo (see example).
  • 10. References