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CD POD Beneificary When Account Opened, Then Account Made Joint Before Death Of Account Owner.. Does POD Beneficiary Get Any Money In Connecticut?

Doreen De Lorenzo Davison
Doreen De Lorenzo Davison   |     |   1 posts since 2016



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paoli2
paoli2   |     |   2,482 posts since 2011
The "Beneficiary" is someone who only gets the proceeds of the account "after" the original owners die.  They would only get the funds after both of the joint owners die as long as they are kept on the CD as "beneficiary".  I don't think it matters what state the account is in according to "beneficiary" rules.
Saver5
Saver5   |     |   14 posts since 2015
"You" seem "to" like to use "quotation" marks.
paoli2
paoli2   |     |   2,482 posts since 2011
"You" seem to like to "nitpick".  I use quotation marks to for words I would be emphasizing if I was speaking vocally to someone.  It is an old happen but I will try to use it less if it triggers off whatever it is that bothers you.
topkapi56
topkapi56   |     |   49 posts since 2011
What is an old "happen?"


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