Question by  Nic (99)

Can multiple people be on a joint checking account?

Is there a limit on people?


Answer by  Dface56 (90)

Most banks only allow for two people to open a joint checking account. You can however add your child or other family member as a beneficiary.


Answer by  MomOf4 (97)

Joint checking accounts are generally just two people. If you want more people on an account that is usually some type of business account. You can look into what your bank offers as far as accounts that allow more then two people.


Answer by  FrankDell (30)

Check with your local bank, but I believe you may have several people listed as signers on a personal bank account. If it a business checking account you may have all of the officers listed as signers on the account if you wish.


Answer by  John (9008)

There is no law setting any limit on the number of account holders that can be listed on a checking account. Individual banks may limit this, however, so you might have to shop around to find one willing to let you open such an account.


Answer by  Roger44 (115)

Yes, a parent or a spouse can be added to a checking account to make it a joint account. Your bank will specify any limits for number of people.

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