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Frequently asked questions
What are the investment options for my nonretirement account's core position?
Money in your nonretirement account's core position can be held in the Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund (SPAXX), the Fidelity® Treasury Fund (FZFXX), or the Taxable Interest Bearing Cash Option (FCASH)
How do I set up recurring automatic withdrawals?
If you'd like to schedule recurring automatic withdrawals from your Fidelity account to your bank account, you can go to Automatic Withdrawals on Fidelity.com.
Where can I find my account number?
You'll find your Fidelity account numbers listed below the corresponding account name in your Portfolio Summary. Account numbers are 9 characters in length and can include letters. You'll need to log in to Fidelity.com to access your Portfolio Summary.
How do I give someone else access to trade in my account?
To give someone access to trade in your accounts, also known as authorized access, log in to your Portfolio Summary on Fidelity.com. Select the Account Features tab, and expand the section titled Authorized Access & Account Registration. Select Edit authorized access, and choose Add Access for the brokerage account you want to add an authorized user to.
How do I reinvest dividends and capital gains?
To reinvest dividends or capital gains, log in to your Portfolio Summary on Fidelity.com. Select the Account Features tab, expand the section titled Brokerage & Trading, and select the Dividends and Capital Gains link. On the next page, select the Update link next to the account you want to reinvest your dividends or capital gains into.
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Investing isn't one size fits all
Find the account or investment type that's right for your personal financial goals.
Accounts for investing
Buy and sell shares with our low-commission accounts.
A convenient way to save, spend, and manage your cash with the features of a traditional checking account, but without a bank.
With a health savings account (HSA), you can pay for qualified medical expenses in a tax-advantaged way, now through retirement.
Flexible, tax-advantaged accounts designed specifically for education savings.
Investment types to buy
Buy and sell shares of publicly traded companies in both domestic and international markets.
A cost-efficient way to build a diversified investment portfolio.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
Low-cost strategies with benefits like diversification, tax efficiency, and broad market exposure.
Fixed income, bonds, & CDs
Investments that generally pay returns on a fixed schedule.
Keep in mind that investing involves risk. The value of your investment will fluctuate over time, and you may gain or lose money.
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