How do I set up a checking account to pay estate bills?

Answer Court OrderObtain an order from the court granting you authority to set up a checking account for the estate. The order also needs to include a grant of permission allowing you to transfer funds fr... Read More »

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How do I pay bills without a checking account?

Bill Paying MethodsIn lieu of a checking account, you can pay your bills with money orders available at banks, post offices and most of the large chain super markets. Use a regular or prepaid credi... Read More »

Will Bills Freeze My Checking Account?

Paying bills on time is important for maintaining a good credit rating. Creditors refer unpaid accounts to collections, which lower a consumer's credit score and may affect his ability to obtain cr... Read More »

Am I Responsible for Bills With Joint Checking?

When you open a joint checking account you take on a joint responsibility to manage that account. However, you do not become responsible for paying the co-owner's bills such as mortgage, car or cre... Read More »

How many yearly transfers can I have from my PayPal account to my checking account?

Once the identity of the user is verified, there are no limits to the number of transfers that can be requested in one year. PayPal has a limit on the amount of money that can be withdrawn in a one... Read More »