Interactive Brokers does require a residential U.S. address in order to start your application and open an account. You will be able to designate separate residential and mailing addresses on your Interactive Brokers account, but you cannot use your P.O. Box as your residential address.
Articles in this section
- Can I Use A P.O. Box Or APO/FPO/DPO As My Address?
- How Long After I Fund My Personal Portfolio Will MFWM Begin Trading On My Behalf?
- What Is The Interactive Brokers Secure Login Device?
- If Cash Is Held In My Account, Will It Gain Interest?
- Can I Transfer Part Of An Existing Account Or Multiple Accounts To A Personal Portfolio?
- How Long Do I Have To Fund An Account?
- Does MFWM Have Tax-Efficient Portfolios?
- What Sort Of Tax Implications Can I Expect From My Personal Portfolio?
- Can I Restrict Trading Or Block Specific Securities?
- What Will Happen When I Transfer Securities Into A Personal Portfolio?