TeachMeFinance.com - explain net savings inflow
net savings inflow -- the change during a given period of an institution's total savings account liability, determined by adding all deposits and subtracting all withdrawals. Also referred to as net savings gain or net savings receipts. When interest credited to accounts during the period is excluded, the resulting total is referred to as net new savings. See net new savings.
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