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Cashing Your Paycheck



Cashing Your Paycheck
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.49

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    hassle, opening, pointed, stub, paycheck, identification, matched, wallet, cursive, exact, tore, account, cash, bank, okay, amount


Cashing Your Paycheck
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     John was going to the bank to cash his first paycheck. He was glad he finally had a good job. He was thinking about all the things he could buy with his money.
 
2     He got out of his car and went into the bank. He tore off his pay stub and handed the check to the teller.
 
3     "I'd like to cash this, please," he said.
 
4     The teller looked at the check and then looked at John. "Do you have an account at this bank?" she asked him.
 
5     "Um, no," he said, "is that a problem?"
 
6     "Well, not really," said the teller. "We'll just have to go through some extra steps."
 
7     The teller asked John if he had any identification. John wasn't sure what she meant by that.
 
8     "I need to see something that has your picture and your signature on it," the teller told him.
 
9     John took his driver's license out of his wallet. He handed it to the teller. She looked at it and then back at John. She was making sure it was a picture of him.

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