savings account

NOUN
  1. a bank account that accumulates interest
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How To Use savings account In A Sentence

  • I'd like to withdraw 1000 dollars from my savings account and put it in my check account.
  • The study found that only 36 percent of teens know how to open a savings account, and even less know how to balance a checkbook.
  • The acronym stands for individual savings account and most people think of them as just that. Times, Sunday Times
  • Surplus credit funds can be transferred automatically to a savings account.
  • It's worth bearing in mind, however, that regular savings accounts tend to have a raft of terms and conditions attached, so read the small print carefully before signing up.
  • All thanks to a little piece of Americana called the passbook savings account. planet.journals.ie
  • With a regular passbook savings account, you would be able to withdraw money whenever you needed.
  • I need to deposit five thousand yen in my savings account.
  • At this point you will be able to access the "passbook" savings account, and you shall transfer 50 percent of the money to your own account and send the rest to me. The McSweeney's Literati Nigerian Scam
  • Gore wanted to put the surplus in a "lockbox" - sort of like those savings accounts that average Americans are supposed to build up for themselves, but, to the enduring consternation of sages such as Greenspan, they never seem to build. Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines
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