Business / Taxes / Insufficient Funds: If you don’t have enough money available in your checking account to cover the checks you’ve written or electronic debits you’ve authorized, you have insufficient funds (ISF) or nonsufficient funds (NSF). A check written against insufficient funds is informally called a returned check, a bounced check, or a bad check. If you write one, your account is considered overdrawn. Unless you have overdraft protection, which is a line of credit linked to your checking account, your bank will charge you an NSF fee, usually $20 to $35 per check. The check or an electronic copy is returned unpaid to the person who deposited it. The payee’s bank may also charge a fee for depositing a check written against insufficient funds.
Funds Noun Synonyms: money, (hard) cash, ready money, assets, means, wealth, resources, wherewithal, savings, capital, nest egg, endowment, loot, lucre, pelf, green, bread, dough, ready, readies, lolly, bucks, scratch
Insufficient Adjective Synonyms: inadequate, deficient, unsatisfactory, meager, scanty, scant, scarce, too little, not enough
Business / Finance / Not-Sufficient-Funds Check: A bank check having insufficient funds to back it. MORE
Business / Real Estate / Pension Funds: Pension funds usually have large amounts of money available for investment. Because of the comparatively high yields and low risks offered by mortgages, pension funds have begun to participate activel MORE