Custodial Account (UGMA/UTMA)

Invest on behalf of a minor with a custodial account (also known as an UGMA or UTMA account, based on the Uniform Gifts/Transfers to Minors Acts). A custodial account at Fidelity is a brokerage account with comprehensive trading, mutual fund, and cash management features. Funds in a custodial account are irrevocable gifts and may only be used for the benefit of the minor.

Account benefits

  • No annual account fees
  • Online access to your account, so you can move money and use funds for everyday expenses and bill-paying
  • Advanced trading platform and tools for Active Traders1
  • Many easy ways to make contributions to your account, including transferring funds from your bank or another brokerage institution, direct deposit, or check

Why Fidelity

  • Only $4.95 for online U.S. equity trades2
  • Comprehensive research and tools to help you find, analyze, and track investment performance
  • A wide range of Fidelity and non-Fidelity funds, stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and FDIC-insured CDs3
  • Access to knowledgeable representatives
Before investing, consider the funds' investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses. Contact Fidelity for a prospectus or, if available, a summary prospectus containing this information. Read it carefully.
1. Active Trader Pro PlatformsSM is available to customers trading 36 times or more in a rolling 12-month period; customers who trade 120 times or more have access to Recognia anticipated events and Elliott Wave analysis.
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$4.95 commission applies to online U.S. equity trades in a Fidelity retail account only for Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC retail clients. Sell orders are subject to an activity assessment fee (from $0.01 to $0.03 per $1,000 of principal). Other conditions may apply. See Fidelity.com/commissions for details. Employee equity compensation transactions and accounts managed by advisors or intermediaries through Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions® are subject to different commission schedules.

3. For the purposes of FDIC insurance coverage limits, all depository assets of the account holder at the institution that issued the CD will generally be counted toward the aggregate limit (usually $250,000) for each applicable category of account. FDIC insurance does not cover market losses. All of the new issue brokered CDs Fidelity offers are FDIC insured. In some cases, CDs may be purchased on the secondary market at a price that reflects a premium to their principal value. This premium is ineligible for FDIC insurance. For details on FDIC insurance limits, see fdic.gov.