Invest your savings

You work hard to save. But do your savings work hard for you?

A savings account is great if you need cash on hand, but know you have choices when it comes to growing your money for the future.

An investment account is a great option to help reach your important life goals.

Give your savings a boost
with an investment account.

We'll build a diversified portfolio to grow your money for the long term. And unlike IRAs or 401(k) retirement accounts, there are no restrictions. You can withdraw what you need at any time, for any reason.

A savings account is good for emergencies and near-term purchases. An investment account is ideal for your long-term financial needs, where your savings can benefit from higher returns. Investing can mean more risk, but your portfolio is built to fit your risk comfort zone to minimize potential losses.

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Wealthfront investment accounts invest in up to 7 asset classes.

This chart is for illustrative purposes only and does not represent your actual portfolio.

Accounts for every situation:

For yourself: Individual Accounts

For you both: Joint Accounts

For your estate: Trust Accounts

And to bridge short-term needs, Portfolio Line of Credit can help you to access cash quickly without compromising long-term goals.
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The power of PassivePlus®

Our signature suite of investment features is designed to give your portfolio an edge. It works automatically, so it couldn't be easier.

Tax-Loss
Harvesting

Takes advantage of movements in the markets to capture investment losses, which can reduce your tax bill, leaving more money to invest.
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Stock-level Tax-Loss Harvesting

An enhanced form of Tax-Loss Harvesting that looks for movements in individual stocks within the US stock index to harvest more losses and lower your tax bill even more.
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Smart Beta

Aims to increase your returns by weighting securities in the US stock index more intelligently.
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Risk
Parity

By balancing your risk more intelligently, Risk Parity aims to increase your risk-adjusted returns in a wide range of market environments.
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Make one smart decision today,
and let the power of compounding
take care of the rest.

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Have investments elsewhere? We make transfers less taxing.

You don't need to sell your investments to move them. We make the transfer process free, simple, and tax-efficient.

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Invest a little time in the details.

Still deciding if a long-term investment account is right for you? These frequently asked questions may help:

How is an investment
account different from a retirement account?

Retirement accounts come with tax advantages. But they also have rules around eligibility, contribution amount, and withdrawals. Investment accounts do not have the same tax advantages but anyone can open one and use their money at any time.

Can I move my money
out if I want to?

Yes, you can withdraw your money at any time.

How long should I
be invested for?

To us, long-term investing means investing for at least five years.

What does opening a new account involve?

We ask a few questions so we can build an investment portfolio that suits your needs. Once your money arrives, we'll invest it.

What are the costs to invest?

Wealthfront charges a 0.25% advisory fee. The other cost to invest is the expense ratio of the investments in your portfolio. The weighted average annual expense ratio of a taxable Wealthfront portfolio is between 0.07% - 0.16%.

What are my options
for funding?

An electronic bank deposit, a wire transfer, or an account transfer from your brokerage to Wealthfront.
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How is this different than investing in the S&P 500?

Investing in the S&P means only investing in US equities. Diversification is the key to long-term investing, and we use 11 global asset classes.
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