Investor Glossary-deposit slipInvestor Glossary-deposit slipInvestor Glossary-deposit slipInvestor Glossary-deposit slipInsightful stock market charts - Click here
investor
Categories    # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Deposit Slip

The HTML to link to this page
 

A deposit slip is a written form of notification that reflects the dollar amount deposited to an account by an account holder. A deposit slip is usually associated with banks. However, other financial savings organizations may require deposit slip forms as well. A typical deposit slip is an itemized document, which identifies a precise amount of money being deposited. Therefore, a deposit slip may indicate the transfer of funds in the form of paper cash, checks, or coin. Thus a deposit slip may be called for when making a deposit at the bank in person, or via an ATM. Today, a deposit slip is often not needed as many people opt for direct deposits and take advantage of online banking. In these circumstances a deposit slip may be replaced with a statement or summery, reflecting a transaction history for a given period of time.



Rate this deposit slip definition...

Learn about investing with the Investor Glossary Term of the Day


Click here for insightful stock market charts. Where is the market headed? The answer may surprise you. Find out
with the exclusive & Barron's recommended charts of Chart of the Day.


Popular Terms: ex-dividend, debt service coverage, required rate of return, annual return, FTSE, margin rate, 1035 exchange, Key Rate Duration, FICO score, inflation, quality assurance, option premium, 1031 exchange, current ratio, minority interest, wholly-owned subsidiary, average price per share, phantom income, VIX, EBITDA, in escrow, risk management, diluted share, deferred tax, ex-dividend date, reverse mortgage, deferred revenue, cancelled check, real GDP, per diem, command economy, stock split, stock market close, Zero Cost Collar, dividends payable, class C shares, retained earnings, balance sheet, labor relations, liquidity ratio, APR, 144a, open position, covered put, implied volatility, limit order, 401a, LIBOR, irrevocable trust


Accounting | Banking | Bonds | Brokers | Economy | Futures | Mutual Funds | Options | Real Estate | Retirement | Stocks | Taxes | Technical Analysis
Investor Glossary | Term of the Day | Suggest a Term | Chart of the Day | Dogs of the Dow
©2004-2016 Investor Glossary - All rights reserved - Terms of Use