On-Us Item

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DEFINITION of 'On-Us Item'

A check or draft that is presented to the bank where the check writer has the funds on deposit. The check can be cashed or deposited into another account. Of course, the drawing account must have a sufficient balance to pay the check.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'On-Us Item'

On-us items can also be electronic debits or transfers. As with checks, electronic on-us items refer to the drawing and paying accounts at the same bank. The on-us checks are also referred to as "house checks."

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