With the blurring of roles between deposit and nondeposit institutions, banks can now provide investment companies and non-banks can offer examine-writing privileges, bank cards, and savings accounts. Edward Jones is a full-service, advisory-targeted investment firm, while Vanguard offers flexible administration choices and online investments. The companies are related in that both offer services like retirement accounts, shares, bonds, CDs, and ETFs, however their charge schedules and account requirements differ. In general, Vanguard accounts have lower charges and minimal investments than Edward Jones, as well as no incoming or outgoing switch charges.
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