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NOW (negotiable order of withdrawal) accounts are checking accounts that pay interest and, as a result, can have fees that differ from those observed for noninterest checking.
Still, the evidence shows that rates on negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts, savings deposits, and money market deposits have been very sticky.
And in the early 1980s, the widespread availability of negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts - transaction accounts that pay interest - led households to treat their checking accounts to some degree as savings instruments and to shift funds in and out of such accounts mainly on the basis of interest rate relationships.