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Joint or Separate ACCOUNTS?

Combining accounts can be somewhat stressful in the beginning.

One spouse may be a saver while the other one is a spender. One spouse may balance the checkbook to the penny, and the other may not balance the checkbook at all. Both spouses may be using a debit card but forgetting to tell the other person that they've spent money.

Randolph-Brooks offers a variety of accounts to suit your needs whether you're consolidating your finances or maintaining them separately. If your spouse is a member, you are automatically eligible to join. A membership application and a $1 deposit to a savings account is all it takes to join.