Does my bank/credit union have to send me a monthly statement for my checking account?
Not necessarily. Most banks or credit unions will send a statement every month. However, banks and credit unions only have to send a monthly statement if you made at least one electronic fund transfer that month.
Electronic fund transfers include ATM transactions, transactions using your debit card, and payments you make through online bill payment. It also includes direct deposits and any recurring payments automatically deducted from your account.
If you have made no electronic fund transfers, some banks or credit unions may send you a quarterly statement instead of a monthly statement. Many banks and credit unions also offer the option to sign up for electronic statements.