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What is an overdraft?

Answer:

An overdraft occurs when you don’t have enough money in your account to cover a transaction, but the bank pays the transaction anyway. 

You can overdraw your account through checks, ATM transactions, debit card purchases, automatic bill payments, and electronic or in-person withdrawals.

Many banks and credit unions offer overdraft protection programs in which the bank or credit union generally pays the transaction and charges you a fee (in addition to requiring repayment of the overdraft amount). Overdrafts can also be covered through a transfer of funds from a linked account, credit card, or line of credit.

Banks and credit unions have different fees associated with overdraft protection so, when shopping for a checking account, be sure to ask what the account terms are with respect to the cost of overdraft protection, a linked account or a line of credit.

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