Wealthfront is disrupting the traditional financial industry by using software to put our clients’ interests first. We’re building the one platform you need to manage your entire financial life and grow your long-term wealth responsibly. Plans this big require an exceptional team, and today we’re thrilled to announce the addition
Maybe you’re bullish on TSLA, but you still want to invest in index funds. Maybe you’re passionate about building a better future, and you want an entire portfolio of socially responsible investments. Maybe you like Wealthfront’s recommended portfolios, but there’s one asset class you’d like to tweak. Investing is personal,
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Managing your money should be easy, but it usually isn’t. If you’re like half of Americans and keep your money at more than one financial institution, you probably find yourself moving money between accounts, committing multiple logins to memory, and monitoring lots of transfers. Whether you use traditional banks, fintech
We believe investors should focus on the things they can control – cost, risk, and taxes. At Wealthfront, we help you with all three: we charge one low advisory fee, offer diversified portfolios with automatic rebalancing, and work to lower your tax bill with a suite of tax minimization features.
So you’re ready to start investing. One of the first decisions you’ll need to make is what kind of account you should open. You have two main options: a taxable investment account or a tax-advantaged account. The biggest difference between them is that tax-advantaged accounts offer special tax benefits —
2020 was a complicated and difficult year for many people. Some of this complexity might show up on your 2020 tax return, whether you worked from another state, received unemployment benefits, qualified for a stimulus check, or realized a large amount of taxable gains. Now that tax season is in