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Sweep Accounts

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Sweep accounts are contracts executed between a depository institution and some of its deposit customers.

Sweep accounts allow the institution to transfer funds out of the customers' checking accounts into their savings deposits or into other types of deposits that do not carry legal reserve requirements.

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