Posts Tagged ‘checks’

Checks haven’t checked out. They’ve evolved

Checks haven’t checked out. They’ve evolved

When debit cards hit the streets in the ’90s, the mighty check saw its role in financial transactions diminish. Fewer and fewer retail outlets take checks these days, but they haven’t completely checked out, [...]

Pay by check? What’s a check?

Pay by check? What’s a check?

The Federal Reserve System recently released its research on the continually evolving payments industry, 2016 Federal Reserve Payments Study, using 2015 payments data.  This research is used to establish the total volume and composition of [...]

Strategies to increase profitability of your check program

Strategies to increase profitability of your check program

by: Wendy Blaeser Increasing revenue while reducing costs – it’s a universal goal for financial institutions. Yet with a regulatory environment and economic conditions that are constantly in flux, it can be singularly challenging to [...]

Is this the twilight of the paper check?

Is this the twilight of the paper check?

by: Robert McGarvey The paper check may finally be about to vanish. It’s been a long time coming. In 2012, according to Federal Reserve Bank numbers, we wrote some 20 billion of them. That [...]

Consumers enjoy snapping pictures to deposit checks

Consumers enjoy snapping pictures to deposit checks

by: Brian Day Many Americans are taking advantage of mobile remote check deposit. In fact, according to a recent American Bankers Association (ABA) survey, one in eight respondents used remote deposit in the past year. [...]

Boost service in three areas in 2015

Boost service in three areas in 2015

Checking without overdraft fees, card security and access to liquidity. by: Bob Giltner Credit unions take great pride in their service to members, so it may be surprising to hear that many CUs are, unintentionally, [...]

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