TeachMeFinance.com - explain mutual savings bank
mutual savings bank -- a financial institution chartered by state or federal government to: (1) provide a safe place for individuals to save and (2) invest those savings in mortgages loans, stocks, bonds and other securities. Most mutual savings banks are located in the Northeast, and are owned by their depositors and borrowers. A mutual savings bank does not issue capital stock. Profits are distributed to the owner/customers in proportion to the business they do with the institution.
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