We are The voice
A joint account is an account opened in the names of two or more people. You can have a sole account as well as your joint account. A sole account is held by just one person.
Take a look at this BBA leaflet which aims answer any questions you might have on joint accounts and how they work.
Agreement reached with British Bankers’ Association after success in preventing theft of £170 million of customers’ cash. The British Bankers’ Association (BBA) and City of London Police have announced plans Read More
The start of ISA season may not be something you put in your diary, but earning tax free interest on your savings can make a real difference to your personal Read More
Lending market will be subject to full review by CMA The Independent (p55) reports today that the small business lending market is expected to be the subject of a major Read More
We dedicated the second day of our US trip to technical discussion of US regulatory policy and tax. Three significant points emerged from heavy weight IIB panel discussions. First, Deputy Read More