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Last updated:
13/11/2017

Joint Account Holders

  1. Overview
  2. Understanding your options
  3. Speaking on my behalf
  4. Joint Account Holders
  5. Claiming benefits
  6. Tax credits
  7. What is Continuing Power of Attorney?
  8. Which bills are most important to pay first?
  9. Other Options Available
  10. Next steps

If you aren’t well enough to make decisions but have a joint account with the person who is helping you, they may be able to continue managing the account so long as the account is an either-to-sign account and there is no court order to prevent the other person accessing the account.

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  1. Overview
  2. Understanding your options
  3. Speaking on my behalf
  4. Joint Account Holders
  5. Claiming benefits
  6. Tax credits
  7. What is Continuing Power of Attorney?
  8. Which bills are most important to pay first?
  9. Other Options Available
  10. Next steps
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