Terms with Category Financial Banking

  • Certified Cheque (CC) Bank,
    • A cheque that a bank guarantees will clear.
    Bank account transaction code.
  • Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA) Bank, Canada, Very Important,
    • A method to facilitate charitable giving whereby an individual transfers assets to a charity in exchange for a tax deduction and lifetime retirement income payments from the charity.
    A form of planned giving.
  • Chartered Banks Bank,
    • Financial institutions regulated under the Bank Act. Chartered banks are designated as Schedule I or Schedule II depending on their ownership.
  • Chattel Bank,
    • Personal property that can be moved.
  • Chattel Mortgage Bank, Important,
    • A loan backed by movable personal property. Generally mobile or trailer homes.
  • Cheque (CK) Bank,
    • A written order for payment of a certain amount of money.
    Bank account transaction code.
  • Cheque Book Bank,
    • A book with blank cheques. The cheques may be personalized or non-personalized.
  • Cheque Clearing Bank,
    • When you write a cheque to a person or a company, the cheque is typically cashed when deposited into a bank account. Your chequing account is then debited for the amount of the cheque and the cheque is said to have "cleared."
  • Cheque Hold Bank,
    • The length of time that a financial institution can legally hold a cheque before crediting a customer's account balance and allowing the customer to use the funds.
  • Cheque Register Bank,
    • A book or log where you can record the details of every transaction made in your chequing account.
  • Cheques Returned with Statement Bank,
    • Cheques that are cancelled are returned to the account holder in a monthly statement.
  • Chequing Account Bank,
    • A bank account that allows quick access to the money in the account.
  • Child Support (CS) Bank,
    • Monthly payments that contribute to the care of a child. Payments must be received continuously for one year to be counted toward qualifying income for a loan.
  • Child Tax Credit (CTC) Bank,
    • A tax break for those who claim eligible dependent children on their tax returns.
    See Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB).
  • Claim Bank,
    • A creditor's assertion of a right to payment from a debtor or the debtor's property.
  • Classic Card Bank,
    • Brand name for the standard card issued by VISA.
  • Classified Property Tax Bank,
    • A local government's levy on real estate that varies depending on the use of the property. Usually, commercial property is taxed more heavily than residential property where a classified property tax exists.
  • Clearing and Settlement (C&S) Bank,
    • The process whereby banks collect or pay out for items drawn on or paid into accounts in their institution. This process enables banks to accept each other's cheques and bank drafts for deposit. The Canadian Payments Association operates Canada's clearing system.
  • Client-based Banking Software Bank,
    • Customers use money management software and their own computers to access the bank using a modem and a phone line.
  • Closed-account Fee Bank,
    • A fee charged for shutting down an account. Sometimes charged if the account is closed before a certain time period has passed.
  • Closed-end Lease Bank,
    • The most common type of car lease. The lessee may return the car at the end of the lease term, pay any end-of-lease costs, such as the disposition fee, and the lease agreement is over. In a closed-end lease, the lender assumes the risk of predicting the value of the vehicle (its residual value) at the end of the lease's term. Closed-end lease payments are somewhat higher than open-end lease payments.
  • Closely Held Bank,
    • Schedule II banks may be closely held, i.e., one party (owner) may hold more than 10% of the outstanding shares. Schedule I banks are prohibited from this type of ownership.
  • Closing Costs Bank,
    • The miscellaneous expenses involved in closing a real estate transaction that are over and above the purchase price. Some of the closing costs include title insurance, appraisal fee.
  • Closing Date (cloda) Bank,
    • The date a buyer takes possession of a property title.
  • Cloud on Title Bank,
    • A claim on title to property that could impair the ability to transfer ownership.
  • Co-branded Card Bank,
    • A type of affinity card issued through a partnership or alliance between a bank and another retail company. For instance, a large department store may co-brand a card with a bank. The card would have two brand names on it -- the bank's name and the store's name. Usually, the attraction of the card is special deals with the retail partner. Many -- particularly the ones affiliated with airlines that offer air miles -- are popular enough to command a hefty annual fee.
  • Co-maker Bank,
    • Any party that co-signs a promissory note. All co-makers assume responsibility for the loan if any of the other co-signers renege.
  • Co-signer Bank,
    • A person who signs a promissory note that is also signed by one or more other parties. All parties take responsibility for the debt if any of the others renege.
  • Collateral Bank,
    • Any property pledged as security for repayment of a debt.
  • Collection Bank,
    • The efforts used to bring an overdue mortgage, or other debt current, and the filing of necessary notices to proceed with foreclosure when necessary.
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