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Yes. Absolutely either have him removed or open a new account and close the old one. In most cases, you only need one person to close the account. If you do open a new one, keep the old one open until you have any direct deposits/auto withdrawals moved to the new one.
Generally, no. In most cases, either state law or the terms of the account provide that you usually cannot remove a person from a joint checking account without that person's consent, though some banks may offer accounts where they explicitly allow this type of removal.
In the upper right, hover over the gear icon. On the Settings page, under Your Company, click Bank Accounts. Click the link for the appropriate bank account. For the person you'd like to remove from the account, click Details. Click Remove Access and confirm your choice to delete the user from the bank account.
Unlike on credit accounts, you can often remove yourself as a joint account holder on an asset such as a checking or savings account. To do so, some banks simply let you fill out a form relinquishing your rights to the funds. Some banks require both parties be present when removing an account holder.
The secondary account holder can use the account to make purchases as if he were the primary account holder. As long as his name is on the account, he can use the card to make purchases. The secondary account holder can spend until the credit limit on the account is reached, or until you remove him from the account.
When you add a person to your bank account, it becomes a joint account. With a joint account, both parties are considered owners. That means anyone listed on the account can make deposits or withdraw money without the other party's consent.
There may come a point when you no longer need or want them on your account. The easiest way to remove your parent's name is to close the account and open a new one. Once you have established yourself financially, you may no longer want a joint account with your parents.
If you are the only (sole) owner of the money in your account, then no, they can't know what's going on. If you opened the account jointly with one or both of them, then yes, whoever is involved in the ownership of the account may know all about it.
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