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In the interest of the health and well-being of the communities we serve, our branch offices are not meeting in person with new and existing clients at this time. We will continue to serve you through several virtual options. Learn More

FAQs: Working with Branch Teams During the Coronavirus Outbreak

We understand that during times of uncertainty the last thing you want to worry about is how you can get in touch with your financial advisor. The good news is that our branch offices remain open for business virtually. You may not be used to connecting with your branch team virtually, but they are ready to answer your questions.

Is my branch team in the office?

Yes. Unless directed otherwise by the firm or their local municipality, we encourage our financial advisors and branch office administrators to continue to work in their branch office to virtually support our clients and each other. This means we have suspended in-person meetings and visits in the office. Our branch office structure combined with our ability to serve our clients virtually should minimize close contact with large groups and allow us to practice social distancing.

How can I meet with my advisor, while still practicing social distancing?

Virtual Meetings via web conferencing can be done from your computer, tablet or mobile device - all you need is an internet connection. Your financial advisor can share information live from his or her system, just like you're in the office. If this is the first time you've participated in a web conference with your financial advisor, all you need to do is review the instructions and download the software. Then you're ready to go. If you have any trouble, give your branch team a call.

What if I'm not comfortable using the computer or using web conferencing?

No worries. Your branch team is committed to answering your questions and helping you stay on track to meet your goals. As always, our branch teams are available to take your phone calls and are ready to help you with all your needs, including accessing your cash or making investment adjustments. If your branch team is on the phone helping other clients or is not in the office due to local restrictions, we will automatically connect you with someone else who can meet your needs. And if you're unable to reach them and need to place a trade or get help with account-related questions, you may call our Client Relations line at 800-441-2357.

Secure Texting is another way to easily get in touch with your financial advisor's office to quickly communicate.

How can I check my Edward Jones account online?

Online Access is available, providing you with around-the-clock access to your Edward Jones account, enabling you to see your investments and activity, transfer funds, sign documents electronically and more. You can also stay in touch with your financial advisor through secure messaging and view your statements and other account documents electronically.

How can I make deposits if I'm unable to come into the branch?

We encourage you to make deposits electronically if you are able (through our mobile app, electronic funds transfer, or wire into the account). We have temporarily raised the limit on mobile check deposits to $50,000.

If you are unable to deposit funds electronically, you may drop off a check at the front door of the branch office when the financial advisor or branch office administrator is present. You should only leave the check outside the door if you can see and acknowledge your financial advisor or branch office administrator.

Following any interaction in a public place, we recommend following the guidance of the CDC for best practices to help protect your health. Take a look at Steps to Prevent Illness. Please know we're also following these best practices.

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What if I don't have a financial advisor?

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