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Charles Schwab Fees Schedule, Brokerage Account Trading Commissions (2023)


Charles Schwab commissions, fees schedule, broker stock trading cost, annual and inactivity charges, online investing account pricing, and cash sweep rates.


Charles Schwab Commission Schedule


InvestmentsCommissions
Stocks and ETFs $0
Stocks and ETFs broker assisted $25
US Over-The-Counter (OTC) Equities $6.95
Options $0.65 per contract
Mutual funds $49.95/$74.95 to buy, $0 to sell
Futures $2.25 per contract
CDs, Corporate Bonds, Municipal Bonds, Government Agencies, Zero-Coupon Treasuries, including STRIPS and Mortgage-Backed Securities $1 per bond, $10 minimum, $250 maximum
Preferred Stocks and REITs $0
Commercial Paper and Foreign Bonds, Unit Investment Trusts call for pricing

Investments stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures, Treasury issues, options, CDs, insurance, ETFs, futures, annuities, non-U.S. securities and ADRs, WEBs and Canadian foreign orders
Charles Schwab minimum deposit to open account $0 for cash account, $2,000 for margin account
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Charles Schwab IRA Fees


Fee Amount
Charles Schwab IRA setup fee $0
Charles Schwab annual IRA fee $0
Charles Schwab IRA termination fee $0
Charles Schwab account maintenance fee $0
Charles Schwab account inactivity fee $0
Charles Schwab outbound full account transfer (ACAT) fee $50
Charles Schwab outbound partial account transfer fee $25



Charles Schwab Margin Interest Rates


Debit Balance Margin Rate
$0 - $24,999.99 12.575%
$25,000 - $49,999.99 12.075%
$50,000 - $99,999.99 11.125%
$100,000 - $249,999.99 11.075%
$250,000 - $499,999.99 10.825%
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Charles Schwab Annual Fee


Charles Schwab does not charge an annual fee for regular brokerage individual or joint taxable accounts. The firm also does not have an annual IRA management fee.


Charles Schwab Monthly Fee


There are no monthly fees for Charles Schwab brokerage taxable or non-taxable accounts.


Charles Schwab Maintenance Fee


Charles Schwab does not charge an annual maintenance fee for regular brokerage individual or joint taxable accounts.


Charles Schwab Account Activity Fees


Amount Late settlement$25
Mutual fund Online and Automated Phone short-term redemption fee$49.95
Mutual fund Broker-Assisted short-term redemption fee$49.95, plus $25 service charge
Order out of certificates (for U.S. and Canadian securities)$500 per certificate $0 per issue
Order out of certificates (for foreign securities)Physical certificates Variable fee (based on the location of the transfer agent)
Restricted stock re-registration/gifting$75 per transfer
Failure to maintain required minimum balance in certain Schwab Proprietary Non- Sweep Money Funds, including SVAI (check prospectus for minimum balance requirements) $10 per redemption



Cost Comparison


Broker Fees Stock/ETF
Commission
Mutual Fund
Commission
Options
Commission
Maintenance
Fee
Annual IRA
Fee
Firstrade $0 $0 $0 per contract $0 $0
TD Ameritrade $0 $49.99 ($0 to sell) na $0 $0
Charles Schwab $0 up to $74.95 $0.65 per contract $0 $0
WeBull $0 na $0 per contract $0 $0



Services Comparison


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Custody Fees for Non-publicly Traded Securities


DescriptionAmount
Annual maintenance fee for restricted securities$150 per position
Annual maintenance fee for other non-publicly traded securities$250 per position
Maximum of $500 per account
If applicable, fees for ineligible securities and valuation are additional.
Transaction fee$100 per transaction
Ineligible security fee$250 per year per position
Valuation fee Effective September 1, 2013: $500 per year per position valued
Non-transferable fee$1 per month per position

Note: Certain Non-Publicly Traded Securities may be exempt from certain fees. Custody fees for Non-Publicly Traded Securities are billed annually in arrears.



Charles Schwab Fees List


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