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Extractions: Positive checks: $5 per check. Deductions will be made according to the following schedule: Positive checks will consist of one or more of the following: At the beginning of each week you will receive your pay stub. You will need to make out a deposit slip for the amount that you have earned. Balances To figure your checking balance, do the following:
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