|$5,000||3 months free|
|$25,000||4 months free|
|$100,000||6 months free|
Invest intelligently. Hassle-free.
We reduce taxes and shield you from making irrational investing decisions by automating the best investing practices like rebalancing your portfolio, reinvesting dividends, and setting up automatic deposits.
Dollars not shares
Our sophisticated technology allows us to put all of your money to work by purchasing fractions of shares down to the dollar, so we can diversify your entire investment across our portfolio of ETFs. Put away that Excel spreadsheet and let us do the modeling.
We deliver real-time advice right within your account. For each of your goals, we’ll recommend an asset allocation, a deposit, or a monthly contribution. With an optimal portfolio already hand-picked by our investment experts, we provide guidance to help you decide how much money you want in stocks vs. bonds.
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The offer is valid only for new individual accounts with Betterment. To qualify for 3 months free, you must fund an account with at least $5,000 within 30 days of signup and not withdraw that initial deposit for 90 days. To qualify for 4 months free, you must fund an account with at least $25,000 within 30 days of signup and not withdraw that initial deposit for 90 days. To qualify for 6 months free, you must fund an account with at least $100,000 within 30 days of signup and not withdraw that initial deposit for 90 days. Your participation is subject to the following terms and agreements: This promotion is not valid with any other offers and is non-transferable. Offer available to U.S. Residents only. Betterment reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time, to limit account bonuses you are eligible to receive, and to refuse or recover any promotion award if Betterment determines that it was obtained under wrongful or fraudulent circumstances, that inaccurate or incomplete information was provided in opening the account, or that any terms of the Betterment Account Agreements have been violated.