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Open an Account With Us

Whatever your long-term investing goals, our focus on value can help. Open an account to invest in our no-load, low-cost mutual funds—the same actively managed Funds we invest in as Dodge & Cox employees.

Select your account type

Start by choosing the type of account you need. We offer a wide range of options. Review the categories and descriptions below to find the account that best suits your situation.

General Investment Accounts

Build your portfolio with low-cost Funds that help you keep more of what you earn.

Individual/Joint Tenant Investment Account

Put your money to work in this easy-to-manage account by investing in our mutual funds.

Gift/Transfer to a Minor (UTMA) Account

Invest on behalf of a minor until the minor reaches the state’s age of majority when they take ownership of the account. 

Estate Account

Manage investments on behalf of an estate and make distributions.

Personal Trust

Establish a trust account to manage your investments for your trust beneficiaries.

Corporations or other Entity Accounts

Organizations that can use this type of account are S-corporations, LLCs, and partnerships.

Open and fund your account

It takes just minutes to open an account online to invest in our no-load, low-cost Funds. You can also save your application and access it late—and we're here to help if you have any questions.

If you’re opening an account on behalf of a corporation or other organization, complete the mail-in application. Click here to download the application.

                       Already have a Dodge & Cox account? Login here

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

Make saving for retirement less taxing with these tax-advantaged accounts.

Traditional IRA

Your contributions may be tax deductible. Potential earnings grow tax-deferred until you withdraw them in retirement.

Inherited IRA

Keep inherited retirement assets tax-deferred while investing for the future.

Roth IRA

Contribute to your retirement savings on an after-tax basis. Pay no taxes or penalties on qualified distributions if you meet the income limits to qualify for this account.

Rollover IRA

Take control of an old 401(k). Consolidate assets from a former employer’s retirement plan.


For the self-employed and small businesses. Flexible annual contributions from 0% to 25% of earned income.

Spousal IRA

The spousal IRA gives an eligible non-working spouse an opportunity to save through an IRA similar to their working spouse.

Custodial IRA

Help your child get started saving early for retirement.

Not sure which IRA is right for you?

Visit our IRA/Retirement Center to help you get answers to your questions.

Open and fund your account

It takes just minutes to open an account online to invest in our no-load, low-cost Funds. You can also save your application and access it later—and we’re here to help if you have any questions.

Already have a Dodge & Cox account? Login here to complete the process for most general and IRA accounts.

If you want to open the following types of accounts, click on the link below to complete the mail-in application.

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We’re here to help


Call us at +1 800-621-3979

Monday – Friday,

8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Eastern time.


Regular Mail

Dodge & Cox Funds

P.O. Box 219502

Kansas City, MO 64121-9502


Express Mail

Dodge & Cox Funds

430 W Seventh Street, Ste 219502

Kansas City, MO 64105-1407


Tax laws and regulations are complex, and subject to change, which can materially impact investment results. Dodge & Cox cannot guarantee that the information herein is accurate, complete, or timely and makes no warranties with respect to such information, including your use of, or any tax position taken in reliance on, such information. Only Dodge & Cox Funds are available for purchase in a Dodge & Cox Funds IRA account. Investment options available through an employer retirement plan or other IRA providers and any associated fees will differ. Consult with a tax or legal advisor before making any investment decision.