You can use your existing Wealthfront account, as long as its ownership is compatible with the ownership of your stock. If the shares are in your name only, you can use a Wealthfront Personal account. If your shares are joint or community property, you will need a Wealthfront Joint account with the co-owner. Selling Plan will guide you in selecting the appropriate account type.
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