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I have some money invested in a mutual fund that a family member set up for me at Edward Jones. I've been reading that they may not be the best company to keep your money with as they take out lots of fees. What's the best way to get my money out of there? Should I just call and ask for a check? Or should I go through another company like Scott Trade and have them transfer my money (which I will then cash out)? Any advice would be appreciated!
Easiest and fastest way to call Edward Jones, if you have a fund position in your account, tell them to "do a full liwuidation of the fund and sened you a check". If you only have a cash balance with them, again call them and ask for a check
Edward Jones is a full service broker. They charge high fees like any other full service broker... but once a Mutual Fund is purchased there are no longer fees from them. Edward Jones offers decent funds... so it really makes little sense just to get out... to get out.... Your next step... for future investments might be a good low fee, no load Mutual Fund directly from a Mutual Fund company (like: T Rowe Price, Vanguard, Harbor and many others) or a good on-line broker. I wouldn't think Scottrade is a great choice for any reason... but certainly questionable for someone that has minimal experience with Mutual Funds. Read some books on Mutual Funds, understand them and also learn good investing habits... such as, how to pick funds & create an Asset Allocation model for yourself. This is really easy stuff... it just takes a little effort. If you are not inclined to read 2-3 books to learn... stay with Edward Jones. Finally... once you know investing and Mutual Funds...... pick your Mutual Fund Company or Broker. If you still want to transfer... the new Mutual Fund company or broker can handle all the paper work.
If you don't have sufficient ohio to open an account, it is unlikely ANYONE will cash a check for you. WITH ID, you should be able to cash the check at whatever finanical institution it is drawn against.