How do I get my statement from Merrill Edge?

If you have questions on your statement, call 24-Hour Assistance: (800) MERRILL (800) 637-7455 Access Code: XX-XXX-XXXX Up-to-date account information can be viewed at:, where your statements are archived for three or more years.

Is Merrill Lynch going out of business?

Ten years after the financial crisis, Bank of America is phasing out the Merrill Lynch brand for some businesses. Bank of America (BAC)said Monday that it will no longer use the Merrill Lynch name for its investment banking and trading divisions. Instead, these businesses will form a unit called BofA Securities.

Is there a difference between Bank of America and Bank of America Merrill Lynch?

Merrill Lynch & Co. is the former name of a prominent Wall Street investment firm. Since its acquisition by Bank of America (BAC) in 2009, it has become known simply as “Merrill” and operates as a wealth management division of Bank of America. Founded by Charles E.

How do I get my tax form from Merrill Lynch?

Please check with Merrill Lynch to see if the forms are available. It generally takes 3 days to activate the link in TurboTax after Merrill Lynch provides you access to the Form 1099-B on their website. Navigate to the section labeled Investment Income and select the entry for “Stocks, Mutual Funds, Bonds, Other”.

Why are Merrill advisors leaving?

However, behind the scenes, the firm is paying a hefty price as large numbers of experienced advisors, like Wagner, are leaving for greener pastures. “You’re appreciative of some it – the ability to have the scale of the banking platform,” says Wagner on Merrill’s ties to Bank of America.

Is Merrill Lynch expensive?

Merrill Lynch charges a program fee for the Merrill Lynch Investment Advisory Program that consists of a Merrill Lynch Fee Rate and a Style Manager Expense Rate. The maximum rates charged for the Merrill Lynch Fee Rate are 2.20% of AUM for accounts below $5 million and 2.00% of AUM for accounts of $5 million or more.

Why is Bank spelled Banc?

Banq (also Banc, banc-corp, bancorp, or bancorporation) is an intentionally erroneous spelling of the word bank, but pronounced the same way. It has been adopted by companies which are not banks but wish to appear as such, and satisfy legal restrictions on the usage of the word bank.