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Asset management account

A single Account at a Brokerage or bank which includes both Banking and Brokerage services. Most Asset management accounts allow checking, a Debit or Credit card, automatic Transfer of excess funds into a Money management account, and margin Loan. also called Central assets account.

Related Terms: 24 Account, Asset, Asset management account, Banking, Broker, Brokerage, Central assets account, Check, Credit card, Call, Car, CLU, Credit, Debit, Fund, Inc., Loan, Low, Margin, Margin loan, Money management, Money, Single, Transfer
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