Make your money grow in the bank! SECURITY FIRST BANK: A BANKING CUSTOMER SIMULATION lets you see how personal banking works from direct deposit to online banking to automated bill payments. This simulation covers practical matters such as managing a checking account, writing checks, making deposits, reconciling bank statements, applying for loans, and more. Don't wait to figure it out by making mistakes. Learn how it works ahead of time with SECURITY FIRST BANK: A BANKING CUSTOMER SIMULATION.
About the Author
Patsy Hall Sargent is a former classroom instructor and department chairperson at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas.
Mary Faye Ward is a former instructor at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Bank Services and Fees. Lesson 1. Using Bank Services. Activities. 1. Changing Percentages to Decimals. 2. Multiplication and Rounding. 3. Calculating Your Net Pay. 4. Figuring Interest. 5. Figuring Spending Levels. 6. Completing a New-Account Application. 7. Identifying Parties to a Check. 8. Identifying Types of Accounts. 9. Practicing Signatures. 10. Completing a Signature Authorization Card. 11. Cashier's Check. 12. Completing Deposit Slips. Lesson 2. Using Your Checking Account. 13. Preparing Check Stubs. 14. Preparing a Check Register. 15. Writing Amounts on Checks. 16. Preparing Checks. 17. Practicing Predesignated Endorsements. 18. Practicing Undesignated Endorsements. 19. Understanding the Bank Statement. 20. Finding Outstanding Transactions. 21. Reconciliation Practice. 22. Bank Reconciliation Worksheets. Lesson 3. Bank Customer Simulation, Typical Transactions. 23. First Month's Transactions. 24. Bank Statement, Month 1. 25. Applying for a Loan. 26. Second Month's Transactions. 27. Bank Statement, Month 2.