How to pay off Scotia Credit Card without a Scotia Chequing account Online
As this is not clear on the Scotia Website login. If you use another bank…
You can make beneficiaries revocable or irrevocable. So what is the difference?
With these exceptions of those living in Quebec, all your beneficiaries will be considered revocable unless you state otherwise. This simply means you can change the beneficiary at a later time as you see fit. You would simply complete a new beneficiary form and sign off on the change.
When you designate someone as irrevocable you must have the beneficiary, as well as yourself, sign off on the beneficiary change. A couple of important notes around this:
Another important note regarding your beneficiaries: if you assign a minor as a beneficiary, whether as primary or contingent, you must assign a trustee who would be responsible for management of the funds until the minor turns 18 and can legally manage the funds him/herself.