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Credit Money: Credit money is any future monetary claim against an individual that can be used to buy goods and services. There are many forms of credit money, such as IOUs, bonds and money market accounts. Virtually any form of financial instrument that cannot be repaid immediately is considered credit money.

Cash Credit : Cash credit is a type of short term loan provided to companies to fulfill their working capital requirement. Overdraft is a facility given by the bank to companies, to withdraw money "more" than the balance available in their respective accounts.

Derived Deposit : a bank deposit consisting of the proceeds of a loan credited to the depositor's account — compare primary deposit.

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