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What is the difference between a interest bearing checking account and a NOW account?

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An interest bearing account can be allowed withdraws immediately, like a regular checking account. A NOW account generally requires a seven day notice before money can be withdrawn. So they're similar, only one requires a notice to get money out of.

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