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What is a checking account
and why should I have one?

A checking account keeps your money safe at the credit union, while giving you many ways to access and organize it. You need a checking account because cash doesn't work for everything.

When's the last time you purchased an item on the Internet using cash? You'll need to make purchases at stores and restaurants using your debit card. Sometimes you'll need to write a check to pay various types of bills you need to take care of. Plus, it's best not to carry a lot of cash.  If your cash gets lost or stolen - it's just plain gone!

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