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call account UK US noun [C] (UK
BANKING a bank account in which you can invest money that earns a higher rate of interest than in an ordinary account, and from which you can take money when you need it, if you tell the bank a short time in advance: »

The interest on our call accounts is calculated on the daily cleared balance and paid monthly.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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