How Can I Optimize My Available Cash?
Learn how our sweep account can put your extra cash to work around the clock.
[MUSIC PLAYING] As a wealth client, you'll be able to take advantage of the benefits of the BB&T Vantage Asset Management Account to get easy access to your cash while achieving potentially higher rates of return. The BB&T Vantage Asset Management Account links your vantage checking and full service brokerage account.
Then using the sweep option you select, funds flow between these linked accounts. This feature allows you flexibility while helping you automatically manage your balances. Three sweep options allow you to customize your cash flow.
Set minimum and maximum limits for your checking and excess cash above your maximum will flow to your brokerage account where it can potentially earn higher rates of return. Cash will also flow back to your checking when you reach your minimum balance, getting you access to cash when you need it. Or you can even maintain a zero balance in your checking, and cash will flow back as needed to cover checks, debit card purchases, and other withdrawals.
If you prefer, you can also determine when to transfer funds between checking and brokerage through your preferred BB&T channel like BB&T online. Manage your available cash and leverage tax benefits, maximize returns, and manage cash flow. Call 1-800-388-3085 to speak with a BB&T advisor today, or make an appointment online at bbt.com/wealth.
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