Asked in Safeway
What is the biggest amount that you cash you check at Safeway?
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Asked in Loans
Is there a maximum amount that check cashing stores can cash?
Asked in Banking
What is the biggest reason to NEVER write a check with cash in the pay to the order of line?
How do you calculate cash for a trial balance sheet?
Asked in Banking
Cashier's check can it be paid out for a lower amount?
No. If you cash it at a currency exchange they may deduct a fee from the amount of the check. If you cash it at your bank but do not have enough money in your account/s to cover the amount of the check, your bank may decline to cash the check. Your best bet is to take it to the bank on which it was drawn. You will need to provide sufficient legal identification.
Asked in Banking, Certificates of Deposit
What does less cash received mean on a banking deposit slip?
How much cash can you cash a check for?
The value of the check is fixed and it cannot be negotiated or changed. The amount entered in the check is the exact amount anyone who deposits this check will get. Not a dollar more and not a dollar less. That is why checks are called non-negotiable instruments. You can cash a check written by you against your own account up to the amount you have in the bank (unless you must maintain a "minimum balance" to keep the account open).
Asked in Money Management
Will a check cashing place cash a check for 22000?
If your face amount is 150000 what is your cash value?
What is the meaning of imprest account?
An imprest account is one that always has the same balance; an exact amount of cash in deposited into the account for a known specific future purpose (such as an upcoming payroll), and the same amount leaves the account when the funds for that purpose are expended. The best example is Petty Cash. To start a Petty Cash fund, a firm initially writes and cashes a check for $250 (Dr. Petty Cash, Cr. Operating Account Cash), and puts the $250 cash in the office Petty Cash box. When a small purchase is made by an employee for the office (for stamps, etc), the employee is reimbursed from the Petty Cash box, and puts her receipt for the amount she was reimbursed in the Petty Cash box. The total in the box, between cash and receipts, is always $250. When the amount of petty cash left on hand in the office gets low and the Petty Cash funds must be replenished, the company writes and cashes a check for an amount equal to the total of all the receipts in the box, debiting the appropriate expense accounts and crediting Operating Account Cash. Cash in the amount of the check goes into the Petty Cash box, to bring the total Petty Cash back up to $250. No entry is made to the Petty Cash account since its balance should always be the original amount funded (in this example, $250).
Asked in Banking, Income Garnishment
How do you cash a check someone wrote me but what if the check bounces?
Is it legal to cash a one million dollar check for cash?
It is technically "legal" to cash any check that is properly negotiable and made payable to you. That said, you are going to be hard-pressed to find any bank that will allow you to take out that amount of cash, for various reasons, and especially if you do not have matching funds in your account there already. And why would you want the risk of traveling, even fifteen feet outside the door to your car, with that amount of cash anyway?
What is the highest amount of money walmart will cash on a check?
Asked in Personal Finance
Which opportunity people have if they want cash until payday loans?
Asked in Banking
"Where can you get a check cashed in oklahoma city?