The Fed is making it easier for companies to save for retirement, a new report shows.
As of this week, companies can set up an online account and open one-time cash deposits with a debit card.
The new program allows companies to set aside cash to invest in companies they invest in or sell shares.
They also can use the money to buy other assets.
For example, the bank could invest in the company and then transfer the funds to a retirement account.
Another example would be the company selling stock to an investor.
Companies can set aside $50,000 of cash to fund that investment.
The money is used for the purchase of the shares, the company, and the retirement account, according to the report.
The report by Wells Fargo’s research and analytics firm also found that about 75% of the financial institutions that participate in the new online cash deposit program said that they will be using the money.
It is the first time the Fed has allowed companies to deposit the money directly into their retirement accounts, which are typically held in the name of a company or individual.
The move is expected to make the process of retirement savings much easier, according the report, which was issued by Wells and Credit Suisse.
Wells Fargo said that the Fed’s move is designed to help companies make the most of their investments.
In 2016, Wells Fargo used its own online cash deposits program to help more than 2.4 million companies invest in their own companies, according a statement.
Wells said the move will help the bank make the largest number of deposits possible.