Does TD Ameritrade charge a custody fee as of January 2024?
Yes, TD Ameritrade charges a custody fee.
The custody fee at TD Ameritrade is charged on the following terms: No custody fee, except for ADRs.
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TD Ameritrade non-trading fees and more
|💰 TD Ameritrade custody fee
|No custody fee, except for ADRs
|💰 TD Ameritrade account fee
|No account fee
|💰 TD Ameritrade inactivity fee
|No inactivity fee
|💰 TD Ameritrade withdrawal fee
|💰 TD Ameritrade deposit fee
|🗺️ Country of regulation
|USA, Hong Kong, Singapore
Data updated on January 26, 2024
What is a custody fee?
A custody fee is typically a percentage-based fee that some brokers charge for the safekeeping of certain assets, such as stocks, bonds or ETFs. The fee is calculated based on the value of the positions you are holding.
To learn more about TD Ameritrade's fees and charges, read our article about TD Ameritrade's fee structure.
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