Using the 2001 Survey of Consumer Finances, the contribution of various electronic banking technologies to financial management practices of U.S. households are explored. Results from a three-level ordered probit model reveal that, controlling for a range of socioeconomic, demographic, experiential and attitudinal characteristics, consumers’ use of direct deposit, phone banking and computer banking are associated with makers are provided. Keywords: electronic banking, financial management

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