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Savings and loan association (S&L)

Corporation that traditionally offered savings accounts with interest rates higher than banks. Since deregulation, an S&L offers both checking and savings accounts but still uses the majority of funds to finance home mortgages. Along with savings banks, sometimes called a thrift.

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