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Question by  MJones (24)

What is the legal age for having your own checking account?


Answer by  Marsha (2337)

There is no legal age, it is determined by the individual bank. The bank will require a co-signer for anyone under the age of 18. You cannot withdraw from the account if you are under 18. Both people's names are on the account and both can deposit money.


Answer by  Rhonda77 (24)

The legal age for opening your own checking account in the U. S. is 18. However, you can have a checking account as a minor as long as your parents open it up and cosign for you. When you are 18, you are a legal adult and have all the rights as such (except drinking alcohol)


Answer by  Amy21 (460)

The legal age you can have your own cheicking account depends by state and restrictions. Usually universal the age is 16 years old. As long as you have a guardian that can accompany you for the cheking account. Sometimes at that age they require a joint checkina account to prove identity and job status.


Answer by  popeshat (13)

The legal age for having your own checking account is The same as being a legal adult. Usually this means eighteen.


Answer by  nila (143)

Legal age is 18 years, a person whom has to check his own account must age of 18 years or 21 years of old according to law, and of sound mind. According to law of any country a person who wants to check his own account must posses age of majority.

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