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Checking and Banking Now that you are receiving regular pay

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					                                     Checking and Banking
Now that you are receiving regular pay checks, it would be a good idea to setup some bank accounts. We will look at different types of banks and
the account services they offer. We will investigate the advantages and disadvantages of the following bank types: Internet, Savings Bank, and
Credit Union.


Step 1:
   1. Please download and save the Excel Checking and Banking Spread sheet on your computer from

        http://www.myteacherpages.com/webpages/JRugolo/files/checking_and_banking%20research.xls
   2.   Choose - Open, in order to access the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
   3.   This will create a spreadsheet with the headings and information in this table
   4.   You will populate this spreadsheet with the information you find in this Web Quest.
   5.   Save the Excel Spreadsheet in your own personal student folder with the name = "Checking and Banking".
   6.   Open http://teachersites.schoolworld.com/webpages/JRugolo/files/checking%20and%20banking%20table%2Edoc
   7.   Save this file in your own personal student folder with the same name as the Excel spreadsheet = "Checking and Banking".

        Note: Some banking websites may not furnish all the information for you to populate the cells of this table. In this case, just
        enter N/A for Not Available.
Step 2:


Internet Banking:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the Bank of Internet USA website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.

     The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?
Step 3:


Internet Banking:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the ING Direct website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.

     The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?
Step 4:
Savings and Loan:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the People's Bank website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.

     The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?
Step 5:

Savings and Loan:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the Chase website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.

     The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?
Step 6:

Stamford Credit Union:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the Stamford Credit Union website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.


     The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?
Step 7:


Teachers Federal Credit Union:
  1. Click on the link above to take you to the Teachers Federal Credit Union website.
  2. Use this website to find the information to populate the table in the Excel Spreadsheet.


       The following information should be placed in a Microsoft Word Document:
  3. List the types and features of the various checking accounts: include minimum deposit, interest, per check fee, FDIC
     Insurance (yes or no), etc.
  4. Who can open accounts?
  5. Do they offer Credit or Debit cards, or both?
  6. What types of calculators does this provider offer?




Step 8:
  1.   Make sure your name is entered on the MICROSOFT EXCEL spreadsheet.
  2.   Print the Excel spreadsheet with all the information completed.
  3.   Make sure your name is entered on the MICROSOFT WORD document.
  4.   Print the Word document with the rest of the information.

				
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