This is a long story, but it boils down to the fact that cash in a savings account is not “cash” in the same sense as a checking account. It is simply money in the bank, and only cash is deposited into it. In order to report the balance in cash, we have to be able to see the actual account number.
A bank’s main function is to facilitate deposits (checking accounts), to record payments (savings accounts), and to provide a central record for all payments.
It’s hard to understand why anyone would want to spend money in a savings account. It’s not something that one would buy or expect to do. It’s a completely different story, though. We can all agree on one thing: The money we spend on saving isn’t going to be in the bank. It’s going to be in the bank for us.
There are a lot of things going on in the game, but for some, that’s just a matter of time. We just have a bunch of people who are paying off a loan, some of them are doing the work that they were supposed to do, and some of them are doing the work that they were supposed to do.
The game takes a lot of people to a point where they have to use their credit card, but it’s a lot easier to make a money payment on a loan than to make a cash payment on a loan.
In the game, when we make a money payment on a loan, we’re required to report our balance to the bank in a timely manner, but we’re also required to pay interest on the loan and the cost of the payments. In the game, the interest on the loan is reported in the monthly bank statement, but the cost of the monthly payments is reported separately as an expense.
This is actually the way they report the cost of the loan on the monthly bank statement, but they don’t do this with the interest. Why not? Because that would be a lot of overhead for the bank, making it a lot harder to track the money they are spending as an expense.
The problem with this practice is that it actually doesn’t take into account the cost of the interest as a business expense. The interest is a financial cost, not a cost for the bank. So the bank will actually be reporting the lower of the two numbers on their quarterly financial statements. This, to me, is less than ideal.