Your guide to moving money
This guide will help you easily deposit, transfer, or withdraw money across your Fidelity accounts.
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Deposit money into your Fidelity accounts
Use electronic funds transfer (EFT) or mobile check deposit to easily add money to your accounts.
Withdraw money from your Fidelity accounts
Transfer money out of your Fidelity accounts with electronic funds transfer (EFT), bank wire, or a check.
Automatically deposit money on a regular basis
Transfer money from your bank to your Fidelity account(s) on a recurring schedule, to provide cash for investing or everyday spending.
Easily transfer between your Fidelity accounts
Easily move cash or shares from one eligible Fidelity account to another.
Use automatic withdrawals to regularly transfer money
After setting up a withdrawal schedule, money will be withdrawn on a recurring basis to help provide additional income, or easily satisfy your required minimum distribution (RMD) each year.
Transfer your assets
Let us help you quickly and efficiently move an account, or specific assets, from another financial institution.
Schedule automatic transfers between accounts
Edit an existing schedule, or create a new one, and we'll move the money between your Fidelity accounts on a recurring basis.
Make free, fast, and secure payments with BillPay
Our free online service lets you send money to virtually anyone in the US (including family members and friends) and manage your eBills all in one place.
Track your account activity
Monitor progress and updates for all your pending activity on Fidelity.com.
Manage your linked bank accounts
View, edit, or add information for all of the bank accounts you use to transfer money to and from Fidelity.
View your bank information
Your accounts are safe with us
To help prevent unauthorized access to your account, we use two-factor authentication to verify your identity. This enhanced security feature prevents someone from accessing your account, even if they have your password.Learn more about two-factor authentication
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