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nothlit

https://www.fidelity.com/learning-center/personal-finance/automate-savings > At Fidelity, you can [set up automatic investments](https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/automatic-investments) into funds you already own in your brokerage, retirement, 529 savings, or other eligible retail Fidelity accounts. The investment can be made from the cash available in the account or by linking to a bank account.


myapplesaccount

Thanks, and yeah, this is what I've already seen. The issue is that I'm paid on an irregular schedule (based on a university calendar, so biweekly when classes are in session, then nothing for a month to three months, etc.), so there's no way to know for sure whether the schedule will work out. I was hoping to do something like "if there's money in the core position, move it out automatically," but without having to specify a dollar amount or a schedule. But I will just stick with doing it manually for the time being.


DrunkenTarheel

You can do that for a static amount, like $100 for example, but you can't have it automatically invest your entire core position I think. On the Fidelity web view go to your Roth -> `Account Features` -> `Automatic Transfers and Investments`


myapplesaccount

Yeah, thanks. And the issue is that that $100 has to be on a monthly or weekly basis, but my pay schedule is irregular. Ok, I'll just stick with doing it manually for the time being.


fidelityinvestments

Hi u/myapplesaccount, this is u/FidelityJenny from r/fidelityinvestments. Fidelity offers automatic investments to retirement and non-retirement brokerage accounts. Automatic investments can be used to contribute a fixed amount monthly, quarterly, or for a prescheduled one-time payment from an already linked external bank account to the cash (core) or an eligible mutual fund position through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). All contributions to retirement accounts, like an IRA, made on an automatic basis are coded for the year in which they occur. Normal contribution limits and deadlines apply. [Automatic Investments](https://login.fidelity.com/ftgw/Fas/Fidelity/RtlCust/Refresh/Init/df.chf.ra/?AuthRedUrl=https://digital.fidelity.com/ftgw/digital/scheduled-transfers/) (login required) [Contribution Limits and Deadlines](https://www.fidelity.com/retirement-ira/contribution-limits-deadlines) To see if a fund you own is eligible for automatic investments, visit the fund’s research page and look for "Automatic Account Builder" under the Fees & Features tab. Thanks for your question/comments. We hope that the answer was helpful. We are closing out our response here, and we are not planning on checking back in on this one. If you still have questions for us, please head over to r/fidelityinvestments.