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About Our Referral Program

Many of our new customers try us out because of a recommendation from a friend or family member. Learn more about the rewards you can earn for sending out referrals.

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By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Sep. 01, 2018
Published Sep. 01, 2018
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How does Betterment’s referral program work?

Customers can earn free time on their entire Betterment account by inviting friends and family to Betterment. You can find more details in your account.

How do I see my remaining free time?

You can review your pricing plan and remaining free time by clicking “Settings” from the menu and then “Accounts“.

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