Checking out: Fed says electronic payments overtake checks

The familiar checkbook has gone electronic, says a recent Federal Reserve study. More than two-thirds of all non-cash payments in the United States are made electronically, with the biggest increase in electronic payments occurring between 2003 and 2006 . . .

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