Depending on your individual situation, you may want to give someone full or limited trading authorization in your account. At Edward Jones, we'll work with you to select an option that makes sense for you. In general, people grant trading authorization to a spouse, another family member or possibly another trusted person.
A trade authorization gives the person you designate the authority to do any or all of the following in your account:
You control the type of authorization
You can control how much authority you grant by making the appropriate selections on your form:
Trading authorization is allowed on the following account types:
How we can helpIf you're interested in granting someone else trade authorization on one or more of your accounts, talk with your financial advisor to learn more.