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No. Unless the employer is a signer on the account s/he can not withdraw funds from the account. There are very serious penalties for anyone either taking money or giving money from someone else's bank account. An employer can, however, reverse a direct deposit made into an employee's bank account, so it can seem like a withdrawal, but it really isn't. (For example, if a direct deposit were made in an incorrect amount, it could be reversed for the purpose of correcting it.)

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Funds can be withdrawn from an IRA at almost any time although there is a 10% penalty if they are withdrawn before the account reaches a certain level. Each employer may be different.


If you're looking to withdraw funds from your own checking account and you have a bank card, you can do so at your bank, at an ATM, or at any business that offers cash back on debit card purchases. If you wish to withdraw funds from an account other than your checking account, you'll have to go to your bank or have the money you wish to withdraw transferred to your checking account (this can be done online or over the phone in many cases).


It depends on your fathers predicament.


if they are joint on the account together than yes


The account will be discontinued and the employee can withdraw the funds when he wants.


The definition of a pension fund is a fund started by an employer to help and to regulate the investment of employees retirement funds given to by the employer and the employees.


It will auto update when you add money or withdraw funds from it.


If you have an account and funds are available you can.


Contact Plan Administrator(where account is held) for forms.


You can get the information about withdraw out of my traditional ira account from www.associatedcontent.com/article/14483/how_much_do_i_have_to_withdraw_from.html and www.myretirementblog.com/withdrawing-funds-from-an-individual-retirement-accounts.html


== == Overdraft on your checking account happens when a withdraw or check written exceeds the funds in the account. Often banks will honor the withdraw or check but then charge the account owner on the borrowed funds. Many banks will offer overdraft protection which will pull money from a different account (often a savings account, line of credit, or credit card).


this is a single-named account where the person whose name appears on the passbook has the sole right to withdraw funds.


Yes. Any holder of the account is authorized to withdraw all of the funds in the account.


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You need to have a bank account registered with them. Once you have this you can just click the withdraw funds button within your account control panel.


Yes, through PayPal. Sign up for a free PayPal account and upload the funds from your bank. Add the other bank to your account and withdraw the uploaded funds to your other bank.


The owner of an acount is the party responsible for the provision of sufficient funds to the account. A signer on an account is a party authorized by the owner to withdraw from the account. Example: Company ABC owns the account; Treasurer Mr. XYZ is authorized to withdraw funds (make payments, etc) from Company ABC account. The owner of the account can also be a signer of the account as in a personal checking account.


A non depleting account is opened in the name of an investor. The investor who is nominated as an mandate signatory has an authority to withdraw the funds.


If you have funds in a savings account preferably in the same bank, you can do it online, at a branch or at the ATM. If you have a savings account at another bank, you can withdraw money from that other bank and deposit it into your checking account. Basicaly you have to have a "back up" account in order to find the checking account.


Employees will have a higher satisfaction level and loyalty towards the company


Try to withdraw the funds. There should be a notice in the bank's system.


No, CD rates are higher, but you cannot withdraw the funds as easily as a bank savings account.


If the bank account is in your name (ie it is a joint account with your name on it) then you have the right to withdraw funds from it or to deposit funds into it. However if you feel that you should not be withdrawing money because it will upset the other person who jointly owns the account then perhaps you should discuss this with them before you make the withdrawal - there is more to life than the simple legal niceties.


As long as there are enough funds in the account that the check is being drawn from to cover the amount of said check and that YOU would have the legal right to withdraw funds from that account. Yes.


No - the Paypal account is linked to a bank account. When you use Paypal to pay for something - they pay the retailer, then the funds are transferred from your bank account to Paypal.



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