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check register

[′chek ‚rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A register in which transferred data are temporarily stored so that they may be compared with a second transfer of the same data, to verify the accuracy of the transfer.
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Bll is die check register check number we are seeking.
The bank statement is used to check the bank's figures against those recorded in the depositor's check register.
Your check register will have the same deposit amounts as the bank statement and you won't have to play the adding game to figure out which checks equal which deposit.
This includes appraisals, a check register, digital photographs and a total-loss form, if needed.
When students have practiced the process, they get their own personalized checks, check register, and checkbook cover.
If you have trouble keeping track of your check register, you might want to know that NationsBank has the most expensive fee for insufficient funds, at $22, of any of the 12 banks, while The Bank of Little Rock has the lowest at $15.
The water agency's board of directors is given a copy of the check register each month, he said.
The taxpayer wrote two $50,000 checks to one son in 1982 on which she noted "loan" on the click stub and in her check register.
At any time that's convenient with me, I can sign on to the SFNB Web site and check my balance, review my check register, view my monthly statement, and so forth.
Taken to its logical extension, Harmon's approach seems to imply that all you need to run a business is something as simple as a personal check register.
In the days of mechanical cash registers, some owners made clerks check register stubs against purchases before bagging.
once in a while and has the patience to go back six months in your check register and straighten out all your errors.