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State banks are gearing up for electronic banking, and in 1995, Centura Banks signed on with Microsoft and Intuit for the first statewide computer-banking program that customers can use from their homes.
Higher costs of processing checks and labor can force increases in bank service charges. To reduce these costs, banks are turning to electronic deposit of payroll checks offered by the Automatic Clearing House. North Carolina’s Automated Clearing House opened in the Charlotte office of The Federal Reserve Bank on July 6.