08
Mar
10

Banking Schmanking

Why is that when I use my debit card to buy laundry soap and gum at Target, the charge is off my account by the time I get home (and I don’t live that far), but when I deposit $2000 in my business account on Friday it’s not “actually” there until maybe Tuesday?

I guess the bank is more certain of my purchase made at a remote location than they are of the checks that I handed to them and they verified twice with their little computer/calculator before printing up my little receipt.

That makes sense.

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