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How can I transfer money into my Stash banking account from another bank account?

There are two ways to transfer to your Stash banking account:

Transfer money in the Stash app:

  1. Select Transfer tile on the bottom of the screen
  2. Select the account you wish to move money from and to
  3. Enter the amount you wish to withdraw
  4. Hit Continue to move forward
  5. Click Make Transfer to confirm the transaction

To make an ACH transfer through your external bank:
Transfers through an external bank, called ACH (Automated Clearing House) transfers, can take 2–4 business days and require that you verify the account.

To verify your account, you will need to either enter your login credentials or confirm that you received two small test deposits of a few cents each to make sure the two banks are linked properly.

To set up an ACH transfer:

  1. Go to the Settings gear icon on the upper right-hand corner of Spend Home, then select See Routing and Account number.
  2. Once you have your Stash banking account routing and account numbers, visit your external bank to set up a transfer to your Stash debit account.

    Please note: Bank transfers can take 2–4 business days to arrive in your Stash banking account.

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