Articles about wires 

This page will provide you with helpful information about wires at Schwab. Funds can be transferred from your client’s Schwab account to an account at another financial institution through online wire transfers. Wires are especially useful when your clients need to have funds moved quickly on a one-time basis, although ACH is a viable alternative. Individual ACH transfers can be set up for up to $500,000 with no limit on the number of individual transactions.

How to submit an outbound wire transfer
Use the Move Money tool to transfer funds. Funds can be transferred from your client’s Schwab account to an account at another financial institution through wire transfers. Digitally-submitted wires have no fee whereas wires requested with a form are $25 and have lower priority processing.

How to deposit funds using inbound wire transfers
Funds can be transferred from an account at another financial institution to your client’s Schwab account through wire transfers. To deposit wired funds into a Schwab account, provide the sending institution with the appropriate incoming wire information.

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