Edward Jones says it is providing its advisors securities-based lending and educational tools so that they can help their clients navigate inflation.

The new Edward Jones Reserve Line of Credit, will he available available in Edward Jones’ Advisory Solutions and Guided Solutions Fund accounts, the company announced.

The firm will open securities-based lending to targeted groups in 2022 and will expand it further in 2023, a program description said.

Advisory Solutions accounts enable investors to delegate daily investing decisions to a team of Edward Jones research analysts, while Guided Solutions Fund accounts allow investors to work with an advisor to build a portfolio from a selection of investments approved by the firm’s research analysts, according to Edward Jones’ website.

“Discovering what is most important to clients, establishing goals and creating personalized strategies includes their borrowing needs. Comprehensive offerings such as securities-based lending will help equip our branch teams to deliver goals-based advice more consistently,” Jeff Kitchen, an Edward Jones advisor, said in a statement.

Edward Jones is also rolling out Envestnet MoneyGuide’s MyBlocks interactive tools that address inflation and credit cards, to help clients with saving, spending, borrowing and investing, it says.