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Regulation D Transaction Limitations
Federal regulations require banks to limit the way withdrawals and transfers may be made from a savings or money-market account. You may not make more than six of the restricted transactions per calendar month for savings accounts or per statement cycle for money-market accounts.
Restricted Transactions – Transfers and withdrawals made in any of the following ways:
Unrestricted Transactions – Regulation D does not affect the following types of transactions:
For customers who continue to exceed those limits after being notified by the Bank, the Regulation requires that either the account be closed or the funds be transferred to a transaction account that the depositor is eligible to maintain.