Many people, as they get older, choose to have a joint bank account with a family member, such as a son or daughter.
The idea behind this is to have one less thing to worry about since a joint account is an easy way for someone else to have access to funds for day to day expenses. While this sounds great in principle, there are pitfalls to having a joint bank account:
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