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The Wealthfront Cash Account APY Is Increasing to 0.85%
Today, we’re happy to announce we’re raising the APY on the Wealthfront Cash Account (again!) from 0.35% to 0.85% following the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the target range for the federal funds rate. That means starting today, you’ll earn more than twice as much interest on your…
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How Should I Evaluate an ETF?
Exchange-traded funds (or ETFs) are a popular way to invest, and for good reason. They hold collections of investments like stocks or bonds, and are a convenient, tax-efficient way to build a diversified portfolio. The vast majority of ETFs passively track indexes, meaning they try to match the return…
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The Wealthfront Cash Account APY Is Increasing to 0.35%
Note: As of May 6, 2022, the Wealthfront Cash Account has a 0.85% APY. Read more about it here . We’re excited to announce that the APY for the Wealthfront Cash Account is increasing from 0.10% to 0.35% following the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the target range…
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Get Exposure to New Sectors & Strategies at Wealthfront
Today, we’re excited to announce that Wealthfront has added new investment options in technology, the metaverse, commodities, and more to our menu of available funds. It’s never been easier to build a portfolio you believe in. You can explore and research these new investments, along with the hundreds of…
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Do You Need an Accountant for Your Taxes?
The experience of filing your tax return can range from a minor hassle to a major headache. If your taxes are feeling overwhelming, you might wonder if you need the help of a tax professional like an accountant. For many people, online tax filing software gets the job done just…
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What Is an ESPP and How Does It Work?
An employee stock purchase plan (or ESPP) can be a very valuable benefit. In general, if your employer offers an ESPP, we think you should participate at the level you can comfortably afford and then sell the shares as soon as you can. This strategy allows you to lock in…
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