Client Resources

Below are quick links to helpful information related to your Wunderlich account:

Online Access to your Wunderlich Accounts

Your Wunderlich Advantage account is fully-featured with helpful tools that make it easy to keep track of your holdings, pay bills online and manage your financial affairs through a secure online portal. Learn more about the features of our online access service by taking a tour of the site.

To register for Access Online, as well as paperless delivery of statements and confirms, take the Account Log In link found at the top of every page on the Wunderlich website, select the Sign Up option, and follow the instructions provided there to enroll. You may also wish to review these step-by-step instructions of the registration process before starting.

Should you have questions or experience technical issues, contact the Access Online dedicated support desk at 1-877-488-3748.

Set up Automatic Deposits to Your Wunderlich Account

Review instructions for setting up direct deposit of payroll or Government payments to your Wunderlich account, or to arrange for automatic withdrawals from your account for recurring payments click HERE.

Understand your Options for Retirement Plan Distributions

If you will be taking a distribution from a company retirement plan such as a 401k plan, perhaps due to an upcoming career change or pending retirement, you will be faced with important decisions about your retirement savings. Be sure to carefully weigh both the immediate and longer term impacts of each option before determining which is most appropriate for you. Know that what you choose to do with your current retirement savings can have a substantial impact on your future. Click here to learn more.

Wunderlich Account Services Fee Schedule

Wunderlich brokerage accounts are assessed an annual fee that varies based upon the account type. Additional fees apply to certain services which you may request from time to time. Review the full fee schedule here.

Account Protection Provided Through First Clearing

First Clearing provides a high level of safety for Wunderlich Wealth Management accounts due to the way they conduct business and the safeguards and regulations in place for the financial services industry. These safeguards were primarily developed to protect consumers and thus ensure public confidence in the financial system and maintain stability in the financial industry.

First Clearing is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation and, in addition, provides clients with excess coverage that goes above and beyond the standard SIPC maximums. Certain accounts enrolled in the FDIC Bank Deposit Sweep Program also qualify for FDIC insurance. These protection programs are described in detail below:

SIPC Coverage* Excess SIPC* FDIC Deposit Insurance
SIPC protects client assets
in the event of a member
firm’s insolvency or
Excess SIPC coverage is
additional protection activated
in the event client losses
exceed the SIPC maximums.
The Bank Deposit Sweep 
Program automatically sweeps
uninvested cash (principal and
interest) in each eligible account to
one or more affiliated banks.
Registered securities and
Registered securities and cash Bank deposits held at insured
Protects registered
securities held in a
brokerage account up to
a maximum of $500,000
including up to $250,000
for cash.
For clients who have received
the full SIPC payout limit,
excess SIPC coverage provides
up to a clearing-firm aggregate
limit of $1 billion (including up
to $1.9 million for cash per client)
for any missing securities and cash
in client brokerage accounts.

Insured for at least $1 million
when deposits are made at all four
affiliated banks in the program.
Coverage of at least $250,000 in 
each account ownership category
at each affiliated bank. Up to
$2 million total coverage in the case
of two owners on joint accounts.
Provider Securities Investor
Protection Corporation,
a nonprofit membership
corporation established by
Congress in 1970.
Lexington Insurance Company,
an AIG Company, and the
leading US-based surplus lines
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation (FDIC), an independent
agency of the federal government
created in 1933.

*SIPC and the additional protection from Lexington do not protect against losses from the failure of a security, nor do they insure the quality of investments, or protect against losses from fluctuating market value. Note that SIPC coverage is not the same as, nor is it a substitute for, FDIC deposit insurance; however cash in some account types may be covered by FDIC insurance and not by SIPC coverage. All coverage is subject to the specific policy terms and conditions. First Clearing's SIPC and additional coverages only apply in the event of First Clearing's insolvency, and do not apply in the event of Wunderlich's insolvency. 

Our current Bank Deposit Sweep Program places up to $250,000 at each of the four Wells affiliated banks for a total of $1 million coverage for individual, corporate and IRA accounts (higher for joint and trust/transfer-on-death (TOD) accounts depending on the number of owners/beneficiaries). For other self-retirement accounts, such as money purchase, 401(k) and defined contribution profit-sharing plans, the total coverage is also $1,000,000.

First Clearing is a trade name used by Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC, Member SIPC, a registered broker-dealer and non-bank affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company.