SEATTLE -- Financial planner Martin Kurtz was going through his mother's things when he came across an old copy of the 1952 classic Amy Vanderbilts Complete Book of Etiquette.
In it, the FPA board member found a surprisingly potent piece of advice about the risks that joint checking accounts can pose to a marriage.
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