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Old 09-15-2015, 08:10 AM   #61
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Wow...not as many as some of you

CU1 - checking and savings

CU2 - checking, savings and multiple CDs

MM account - joint
Roth - DH
TIRA - me
Roth - me


ADP 401k - me

We also keep several $k in cash at home for emergencies.

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Old 09-16-2015, 12:51 PM   #62
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A bunch

1) At Schwab, we have a brokerage account, one Roth, one IRA, and DH's solo 401(k).
2) Joint bank checking and savings accounts at Citi
3) DH's business banking at BofA
4) My 401(k) is the TSP.

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Old 09-17-2015, 08:14 AM   #63
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Too many! (I am currently in re-balancing mode.)
TD -- Main taxable with two small IRA's: t and Roth
Fido -- Another taxable with two 401(k)'s
RPS -- Yet another 401(k)
Schwab -- Small taxable account for the debit card and checking
Merrill -- Taxable & two work accounts, employee stock grants and purchases
2 HSA's
2 Local checking
TreasuryDirect for Ibonds, etc.

Yep, just nutty.
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One checking and savings for the family.
One c&s for my consulting amd outside income at a separate bank.
Vanguard for IRA, Roth and a small brokerage account.

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