What is a PrimeSweep Account?
PrimeSweep links your checking account to a money market fund so you can earn market rates on your excess cash. When the balance in your checking account exceeds a predetermined amount, the excess cash sweeps to the money market fund. Similarly, when your checking balance falls below the predetermined amount, money is swept back into the account.
How will a PrimeSweep Account benefit my business?
A PrimeSweep Account keeps your cash hard at work for you. Sweeping your excess funds into a money market account, thus allowing you to earn market rates, while at the same time keeping your cash liquid.
How do I sign up?
To see if the PrimeSweep product is right for you, call Cetera Investment Services Representative – Kermit Iverson, at 651-487-4412.
If you’re an existing customer of the Cetera Investment Services product and know your Sign-On ID and Pass Code,
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