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Should married couples always have a joint checking account?


 

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 2 years ago

    Your last sentence says it all. Finding someone who agrees with you on the major things in life. Amen, and thanks for your reply. You have a great way of responding to issues.

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 2 years ago

    Congratulations on your newfound sense of independence. My husband and I havenʻt had a joint account for years, and it all works out fine.

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 2 years ago

    I like your attitude. It must work, as you are still together and sharing everything. Aloha, Stephanie

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 2 years ago

    The power of attorney issue is an important one that I didnʻt think about. A power of attorney might not be enough for some banks. Here in Hawaii, Bank of Hawaii requires not only a power of attorney but also a letter addressed to the bank.