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Q: What is the largest source of income for banks? a. the interest they receive from loans b. fees charged to customers for accounts c. money deposited in savings accounts
d. special accounts such as NOW accounts
A: The largest source of income for banks is: A. the interest they receive from loans.
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User: What is the largest source of income for banks? a. the interest they receive from loans b. fees charged to customers for accounts c. money deposited in savings accounts d. special accounts such as NOW accounts

Weegy: The largest source of income for banks is: A. the interest they receive from loans.
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User: What happens when you make a purchase using a credit card? a. The credit card issuer pays the store. b. The money is immediately deducted from your account. c. The amount of the purchase is deducted from a prepaid account. d. The place where you made the purchase receives the money within 24 hours.

Weegy: When you make a purchase using a credit card: A The credit card issuer pays the store.
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User: When you pay for a new CD with a debit card, you authorize the transfer of money from your account to the music store’s account. In other words, a payment by debit card is the electronic form of a payment by a. money order. c. check. b. credit card. d. cashier’s check.

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What is the gold standard? a. A system that uses actual gold coins as a country’s money. b. A system in which a country’s money is backed with gold. c. A currency system in which each dollar is worth 1/20 of a pound of gold. d. A money system in which the paper currency is good in more than one country
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Answer: c. A currency system in which each dollar is worth 1/20 of a pound of gold.
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The gold standard is a system in which a country’s money is backed with gold.

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