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Current account
 

 

In banking terminology, the term Current Account refers to a type of deposit account made with a financial institution that permits the withdrawal of funds and allows checks to be written against the balance. While country has their own account name conventions, such as Malaysia has these named accounts, in the United States for example a current account may also be known as a checking account.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.