Federal Regulation D defines what qualifies as a savings account for regulated financial institutions. The regulation establishes requirements for deposit accounts and specifies a depositor is permitted or authorized to make up to six transfers or withdrawals per month or statement cycle. The financial institutions may authorize up to three of these transfers to be by check, draft, debit card or similar type order. This is the primary reason as to why these accounts have withdrawal restrictions attached to them.

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