marky2,Could i use one enrollment fee (in moneypaper.com for example) and put several names on shares of the same stock? ie: 10 shares Coke, one name per share???Someone out there correct me if I'm wrong, but it's my understanding that in order to enroll 10 different people in a Drip with the same stock (say 10 shares of KO), this will require 10 enrollment fees (one per person). I don't think youc can pay one fee to enroll all 10 people.With one name on the stock (several shares) can I transfer (and how?) one or more shares to another person?Exactly, it would be more cost effective to enroll one person (yourself?) with 10 shares thus incurring one enrollment fee. Then when you have the shares in your name, transfer the other 9 shares to the other nine people and enroll them in the Drips yourself. I haven't actually done a stock transfer yet, but I think it just involves filling out the information on the back of the certificate and mailing it to the transfer agent/bank that handles the stock (again, someone correct me if I'm wrong). The benefit is that you save about $135-$180 dollars in enrollment fees, the drawback is that it takes longer to do this and if you were planning on putting the stock under the tree for Christmas, it may be too late.Example:In late October I received a confirmation of my order to buy 1 share each of INTC and KO through Temper of the Times (via Moneypaper) with my Revocable Living Trust as the owner. (I placed the order around October 15th). The confirmation stated the order was processed on October 25 and the stock was to be purchased on November 1st. I haven't heard anything since then and do not know if the stock was purchased or if I'm enrolled yet. Hopefully I'll know by Christmas. Once I know I'm enrolled, I hope to purchase some shares and then transfer them to my kids(3) to get them enrolled in the Drip so they can learn to invest. Hopefully in time for their Birthdays next year.Good Luck in your endeavor!mto
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