Imagine seeing your entire financial life in one consolidated view. It’s easy, now that you can securely link all your external accounts with us in just a few minutes.
You can do all of this simply and securely with J.P. MorganSM and the J.P. Morgan Mobile® app1
Securely link your bank accounts, investments, 401(k)s, mortgages, credit cards and more from over 14,000 institutions.
Receive regularly updated account balances, transactions and positions for all your accounts in one centralized place.
Share your data from other financial institutions for better informed, more insightful planning with your trusted J.P. Morgan team.
After logging into J.P. Morgan Online or on the J.P. Morgan Mobile® App:
1. Go to ACCOUNTS OVERVIEW
2. Locate last tile on page EXTERNAL ACCOUNTS
3. To begin linking, click ADD AN ACCOUNT
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