Apparently your definition of "new" money is "borrowed" money. That is not my definition (definition, not opinion).
In my book, old money = inherited money and new money = money earned by the current generation.
As to the question you haven't answered, were the accounts of dead people that were frozen jointly held with a surviver or not?
All of these seem to indicate that it is the exception rather than the rule. Plus, I thought all joint checking accounted were joint tenancy with right of survivorship these days. If it isn't it is very antiquated.
by definition,old money is this:
inherited wealth, esp. wealth that confers status and social acceptance.
a family or forebears possessing such wealth.
the same source defines new money as newly acquired funds.
Can you believe we still haven't done this?
It's not my field!
You're right - I know we will feel better once we get things squared away.
My twins are also going into 3rd and the younger one into 2nd. I have a house full of kids and no more babies.
DS1 is doing okay. Last year was a learning experience and I am apprehensive about the fall. It just seems so random as so how he will do in a classroom.
Hi Ducky! Yes, I remember you. I remember when you were TTC your 4th. Wowza.
My twins were together through Kindy. We had just moved to the state so the school let us keep them together. They have been apart in 1st and 2nd. 1st is when he started to struggle and 2nd is when he fell apart. Probably not coincidental with being separated from his sister.