Betterment: Checking, Cash Management, Investing


Betterment: Checking, Cash Management, Investing

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Not sure what to do with your money? Betterment is built to help. From helping you save more on your cash to investing for the long term, Betterment helps you manage your money so that you can live better.

Spend with Checking
• No fee account‡
• ATM fees reimbursed worldwide
• FDIC insured up to $250k

Save with Cash Reserve
• Grow your savings with our high-yield cash account
• Eligible for FDIC insurance up to $1M with our program banks†
• Unlimited money transfers

Invest with smart tech
• Financial goals: We help you figure out your investing goals like retirement or saving for college, and provide ongoing advice to help you reach them
• Money management: We build and manage your personalized investment portfolio of low-cost ETFs
• Low, transparent fee of 0.25% annually

‡ Checking accounts and the Betterment Visa Debit Card provided and issued by nbkc bank, Member FDIC. Funds deposited into Checking will be eligible for up to $250k of FDIC insurance. Betterment Checking made available through Betterment Financial LLC. Neither Betterment Financial LLC, nor any of their affiliates, is a bank. Betterment Financial LLC reimburses ATM fees and the Visa 1% foreign transaction fee worldwide, everywhere Visa is accepted.
APY is variable. $10 minimum deposit. No minimum balance. Visit for full details.
†Cash Reserve (“CR”) offered by Betterment LLC. Betterment LLC clients may participate in CR through brokerage accounts held at Betterment Securities. Neither Betterment LLC nor any of its affiliates is a bank. Through CR clients' funds are deposited into one or more banks ("Program Banks") where funds earn a variable interest rate and are eligible for FDIC insurance. Through CR clients can earn interest on cash intended to purchase securities through Betterment LLC and Betterment Securities. CR is not a long-term investment option.
Funds held in your brokerage account are not FDIC-insured but are protected by SIPC. Funds in transit to or from Program Banks are generally not FDIC-insured but are protected by SIPC, except when those funds are held in a sweep account following a deposit or prior to a withdrawal, at which time funds are eligible for FDIC insurance but are not protected by SIPC. See Betterment Client Agreements at for details. Funds deposited into CR are eligible for up to $1M FDIC insurance once funds reach one or more Program Banks (up to $250k each at up to 4 Program Banks). Even if there are more than 4 Program Banks, Clients will not necessarily have deposits allocated to provide FDIC insurance above $1M. FDIC insurance limits based on all accounts held in the same insurable capacity at a bank. Excluding one or more Program Banks from receiving deposits may lower the amount of FDIC insurance available through CR. Clients are responsible for monitoring total assets at each Program Bank, including existing deposits at Program Banks outside of CR to ensure FDIC insurance limits are not exceeded. For more info on FDIC insurance see Deposits held in Program Banks not protected by SIPC. For more info see and
Advisory services provided by Betterment LLC, an SEC-registered investment adviser. Brokerage services provided to clients of Betterment LLC by Betterment Securities, an SEC-registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA/SIPC.
Investments in securities: Not FDIC Insured • No Bank Guarantee • May Lose Value. Investing in securities involves risks, and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities. Before investing, consider your investment objectives and Betterment's charges and expenses. Not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities in jurisdictions where Betterment is not registered. All images and return figures shown are for illustrative purposes only and are not actual customer or model returns.

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