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Wealthfront's investing, financial planning, and banking services are built on technology to make managing your finances delightfully easy. It can all be done on your phone and doesn’t require scheduling a meeting. If you prefer scheduling meetings and talking to someone on the phone and don't mind paying higher fees to do so, Betterment may be the better choice. Learn more here.

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