At the end of 2014, total checkable
deposits were about $2.0 trillion (Federal Reserve, 2015d).
Except for locally checkable
statements, a planner will not have access to exact representations of the regions where a statement is true.
Deposits were differentiated along two dimensions, time or checkable
deposits and deposits from Chettiars or non-Chettiars.
For ease, assume a pure credit card company deposits its reserves in a checkable
account with another commercial bank, while for a bank-holding company that also runs a credit card business, the reserves may be deposited in an account in its own commercial bank division.
Once such a distinction is clarified, one can uniformly explain why currency, checkable
deposits, and stored-value cards are money, and why checks, debit/credit cards, or money orders are not money.
In 1997, the EU amended the Directive to include comparative advertising, which was then made legal within the EU on condition that it compare only that which is comparable, or in other words the essential (relevant, checkable
and representative) characteristics of the products.
references from other clients with similar needs.
BOX 1 Monetary aggregates M1: Currency held by the public + Travelers checks + Demand deposits + Other checkable
deposits, including NOWs (negotiable orders of withdrawal accounts), ATS (automatic transfer services), and share draft account balances.
In its simplest and most restrictive form, the CR model assumes that (i) currency is the exclusive medium of exchange for unreported transactions, (ii) the ratio of currency to checkable
deposits is affected only by the growth of unreported domestic transactions, (iii) the income velocities of reported and unreported transactions are equal to one another, and (iv) in some base year, unreported income (expressed as the ratio UAGI/RAGI) was known, so that the observed currency/checkable-deposit ratio (as a percentage) in that base year serves as a surrogate for the currency ratio associated with that degree of tax evasion.
In all cases and without exception, tenants must be asked for and prepared to pay a reasonable deposit, one month's rent in advance, and be willing to nominate a suitable guarantor and provide checkable
Earlier this week I brought in a set of proposals that will take political funding into the open and make the whole system accountable and checkable
Are the particulars of the claim verifiable or checkable
against any outside data?
Numbers were not quoted, yet in principle such assertions should be checkable
. Only a few states have thus far joined Wisconsin in passing felon protection laws.
M1 = C + D = currency plus institution checkable
It considers six investment assets, all in nominal per capita units following equation (5): demand deposits (plus travelers checks), other checkable
deposits, savings deposits (which include MMDAs), MMMFs, small time deposits, and IRAs (plus Keough accounts).(3)