|current account||checking account|
|Account||In the context of bookkeeping, refers to the ledger pages upon which various assets , liabilities , income, and expenses are represented., In the context of investment banking, refers to the status of securities sold and owned or the relationship betwe...|
|account||list of financial information, money in bank, report|
|account for||be responsible for, explain, give a report, be responsible (for deeds), kill or destroy|
|acct. (account)||financial record; money deposited in a bank and credited to the depositor, bank account|
|alternating current||reversing current|
|AMA (asset management account)||account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity|
|Antarctic Current||ocean current circling Antarctica. Moving eastward, it circulates water from one ocean to another.|
|Asset management account||Account at a brokerage house, bank, or savings institution that integrates banking services and brokerage features.|
|asset management account||account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity|
|bank account||arrangement for transactions with bank|
|California Current||current in northern Pacific Ocean. It flows from north to south along the western coast of North America before turning west.|
|Canary Current||cold current of the Atlantic Ocean, flowing south from Spain down the western coast of northern Africa, joining the westward-flowing North Equatorial Current west of Mauritania-Senegal|
|capital account||record of capital invested, statement about net worth|
|Capital Builder Account||CBA; A Merrill Lynch brokerage account that allows investors to access the loan value of his or her eligible securities to buy or sell securities. Excess cash in a CBA can be invested in a money market fund or an insured money market deposit account wi...|
|cca (current cost accounting)||method of accounting which estimates the value of assets as the cost of replacing them instead of their original cost|
|charge account||account giving credit, credit account|
|checking account||bank account, current account|
|credit account||charge account|
|current||common, prevalent; present, recent; popular, existing now, flow (of water, electricity, etc.); process; tendency; direction, flow of electric charge, flow of water or air, presently accepted, rate of flow of electricity, stream, up-to-date with payment...|
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