Money Meets Medicine Podcast
MMM #7: Pros and Cons of Joint Bank Accounts
What You’ll Learn from the Pros and Cons of Joint Bank Accounts?
- How you can separate your bank accounts for spending within a joint account.
- The benefits of merging your bank accounts.
- Potential consequences of joint bank accounts.
- Would you help your spouse if they had a financail setback?
Resources from the Joint Bank Account Episode:
Check out the resources mentioned in this episode:
- Leading Causes of Divorce
- Why you should consider having a joint bank account
- How student loans impact marriage
This Episode’s Sponsor
This episode’s sponsor is Jamie Fleischner from Set for Life Insruance, which is one of the nation’s top independent brokerages specializing in life and disability insurance for physicians and professionals. Since 1993 they have worked with thousands of clients finding the most suitable products at the greatest discounted price.
Jamie has been a long time sponsor at The Physician Philosopher, and I’ve never heard a single bad review from my readers. So, if you need a term-life insurance or disability policy, you can reach out to Jamie by calling Set for Life at 888-553-3559 or emailing her team at [email protected]
Listener Question of the Week:
Today’s question comes from Dr. Graham,
“I have a fair amount of revolving debt and with my tax refund this year (which will be very large because we adopted kids) we should be able to pay all of it off. If I was diligent, I could probably still have it all paid off in 3.5 years and invest the tax refund. Is it better to pay off the debts ASAP or put the sizable amount of money in an investment?”
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