Apex Trader Funding payouts and Apex Trader Funding withdrawals are fairly simple. All the details are below. In summary, your first few months you will be able to withdraw but with some caps on the amount. After month four you can withdraw as much as you can make!
Apex Trader Funding is looking to build long term relationships with futures traders, and I highly recommend them.
On a side note, I can say I have been paid regularly each and every month from Apex Trader Funding. They are timely, no hassle and a fantastic company to work with long term.
Apex Trader Funding Payout Schedule
Apex Trader Funding payments are paid out twice per month – the 15th and last day of the month. You put in your request for a payout between the 1st to 5th (to be paid the 15th) and the 15th to 20th (to be paid on the last day of the month).
Apex Trader Funding Profit Share
Apex Trader Funding Profit Share: Traders are entitled to 100% of the first $25,000 they make, and 90% of the profit they earn thereafter.
Apex Trader Funding Payment Methods
Apex Trader Funding Payouts are made Deel. Deel is a popular payment processor which most companies in the futures trading space use these days. Once your funds are in Deel, you can then choose multiple ways to receive your funds. Wire, PayPal, ACH, Crypto (via Coinbase), a Deel prepaid debit card and more options.
I’ve been using Deel for awhile now with most of my funded futures accounts, and I will say it’s been great! Everything happens super fast and smooth.
Apex Trader Funding Withdraw Process
Apex Trader Funding withdraws are done twice per month. You put in your request for a payout between the 1st to 5th (to be paid the 15th) and the 15th to 20th (to be paid on the last day of the month).
For your first payout, you must have a total of 10 trading days before making your request. You can check in Rithmic to see how many trading days you have accumulated. If you have not met the minimum trading days, then simply request a payout for the next month.
On the second and subsequent payouts, only 10 trading days are required between the last payout and the next payout. If you have not met the minimum 10 trading days, then request a payout for the next month.
The first through third payouts have a minimum payout of $1,000, with a minimum account balance threshold after payout. There is also a max amount payout for the first through third payouts.
There is no maximum payout on the fourth payout and beyond, so long as the minimum balance threshold is in the account after payout.
Apex Trader Funding Taxes
You will be paid as an individual contractor. US citizens must submit a W-9 form to the help desk with your current mailing address. You must keep the address maintained or updated with Apex Trader Funding in order to receive a 1099-NEC for payments made via wire.
Non-US citizens must submit a W-8BEN on first payout.
No reports are sent for Non-US citizens.
For any tax advice, call your accountant.
Apex Trader Funding Account Balances
Apex Trader Funding reserves the right to payout the trader at any time and under any circumstances.
Example: a $50,000 account allowing 10 contracts reaches $52,500. A trader may withdraw a minimum of $1,000 so long as your balance is above $52,500. When the account reaches $52,500, the threshold balance must remain at or above $50,100, no matter what payouts occur.
If your balance falls below the minimum payout balance, then the payment will not be processed until eligible the next month, when you must request it again.
Apex Trader Funding Payout Testimonial
I’ve been with Apex Trader Funding since their inception in September 2021. It’s been nothing short of amazing, and life changing. Many people know my story, but I was able to trade Ultra Bond with real size using my Apex accounts. Since then I’ve had over 7 figures (yes millions) in withdrawals. I bought 2 brand new vehicles (Porsche Macan and Jeep Wrangler) in full with my profits, and a $1.2 million condo also paid for in full. This was as of the end of 2022. If you are reading this in the future (I don’t always come back and update every article), see my main page to see what I’m up to.
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