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How to Write a Check

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am a college student and I have been trying to start couponing and making shopping for groceries a little easier. I do not currently have a job and the only money I get is from my parents.
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I think the most important here is that you shold place the recepient's name because if you forget this just one info and the rest are already filled, the check could be used by anyone.

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It's nothing to take lightly, that's for certain. The worst part about writing personal checks is you don't know when that person is going to cash it.

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Nice tips.
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Some really good and helpful tips. I just graduated and am now working as a cashier. I just bookmarked your post here for reference.
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As a business educator, I find this a great way for students to learn to write a check. Perhaps extending it to writing a check to "Cash" (and signing the back) could be included. Good job!
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This is something they were teaching on 'The Price is Right' when I was a kid. Remember that game 'Blank Check'? File this subject in the 'Duh' section please, because it's a good description of the process.

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When you complete your check for any purpose i.e withdraw, to give loans etc then, write:

- The amount in numbers with a comma and cents, even if it is a round number (example: $123.45 or $100.00) and start writing from the left edge

- The amount in words, starting left of the first line reserved for this purpose. Enter the number of dollars and cents (you can write cents) (Example: One hundred twenty-three dollars and forty cents or five hundred dollars and no cents). If the written text does not go to the end of the line, fill it with a horizontal line.

- Place and date of issue: these entries are mandatory. It is forbidden by law to backdate or postdate a check, that is to say the date for another day.

- The signature: it should match the one you made when opening the account.

Remember, after you have completed your check, complete the check register to keep track of payments you just made. This will allow you to monitor your accounts and spending.

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I do like the new format for beehive! Great job!!

I really liked it when the students could click around on the check to see what all the parts of the check were. Examples: The check number, the routing number, the account number, the account holder, the bank name, etc.

Could this be added back?

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I am the head of media for One Economy, which runs the Beehive. Thank you very much for the nice comments and suggestions. I am going to forward this back to our team to discuss...so good point! Thanks

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Some really good and helpful tips. I just graduated and am now working at a seo company as a cashier. I just bookmarked your post here for reference. I get quite confused sometimes writing checks to our suppliers :) Thanks again.

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